I’m sure you thought you new all there was to VOIP – Voice Over the Internet – phone calling. However, there’s a lot you probably don’t know. What you don’t know, in this case, could mean you’re wasting quite a bit of money on telephone calls and not using the VOIP service as effectively as you could.
ZD Net writes You think you may experience some savings by reusing your existing company infrastructure, like network wiring, and may see a boost in productivity because of all the features that can come with VoIP, but you are not sure if you are ready to entrust your voice to the wild west of the Internet. We’ll explore ways to get the most out of an Internet-based PBX (Private Branch Exchange) deployment so that your calls are as cheap and reliable as you are willing to make them. And we’ll look at ways to help you decide how much risk your company can tolerate in the name of slashing phone bills.
I highly suggest you read the full article here.
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