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Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology enables operators to provide cheaper, and more diversified communications, including voice, data, imagery, audio, and video, to a larger, global customer base, using an IP-based network, rather than traditional, landline-based business telephony systems.
VOIP is one of the principal solutions being considered by business owners — particularly in the small to medium enterprise sector — as they consider joining the significant global migration from landline and other legacy communications technology.
The Internet has transformed how businesses communicate internally and externally, all over the world. Indeed, more than 75 percent of all businesses have already migrated from their traditional phone systems to hosted services based in the Cloud.
While many businesses have made the leap away from traditional phone systems to VoIP business phone systems, the technology is sufficiently new to perplex the uninitiated who may be unaware of the relative merits and drawbacks of each side in the VoIP vs landline debate.
For many small businesses running on tight budgets, the possibilities of such low-cost communications as electronic mail, social media, and e-commerce, must create a significant temptation to go phoneless as well as paperless.
If you are thinking of changing your business phone system, here is a little more detail on the two primary reasons why VoIP is an ideal solution for most small businesses.
While some of the ingredients for startup growth are taken as a given, the sheer range of affordable technology solutions available to business nowadays through the Internet and the Cloud makes it essential for startup and small businesses to consider these as more than a bonus.
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The Cloud phone system is steadily and quietly revolutionising how business is done worldwide. It has been estimated that at least three-quarters of businesses in the world have already transitioned from their traditional phone systems to Cloud-based services.
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