What kind of security is built into a VoIP phone system?
We all hear the internet is a dangerous place. How many times have you dealt with a virus, spyware, an email account or Facebook (or MySpace back in the day) gettin
We discuss how a VoIP phone system on a computer works using a softphone.
For most of us, the traditional method of communication (since forever) has been the desktop phone. We're all used to seeing some sort of phone sit
Your VoIP phone system won't go dark when the power goes out.
For anyone out there who relies on the internet to get work done, we all know that downtime can be a serious pain. Loss of communication, credit card services,
We discuss the options for keeping your fax machine & fax number(s) when switching to a VoIP phone system at your business.
When it comes to communication, there's no right or wrong way to communicate with clients. Th
Learn how to avoid unwanted costs & prevent communication failures when moving or relocating offices with our top 5 tips for preventing expenses from spiraling out of control.
I'm sure you know someone in your lif
These are the 7 most common reasons or best times a business might want to upgrade to a VoIP phone system.
For a lot of our customers, the thought of radically altering their method of communication, especially during
We discuss call quality on VoIP phones at businesses, and some reasons why you might be getting less than perfect quality.
I was sitting in my office the other day and got a cold call one typical weekday morning. I do
We explain how with a VoIP phone system you have the capability to keep all of your phone numbers, no matter what provider you choose or where you move your office to.
There's a famous song by Tommy Tutone with that c
These are the problems to know when switching to a VoIP phone system.
Many local business people still remain resistant and fearful to VoIP phone technology at their business despite their significant cost savings and b
We discuss the various reasons why you may or may not be able to use your existing technology, and do our best to answer this complex question.
Just the other day I was in a meeting with a client who was somewhat appr