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Steps to Converting to a VoIP System

If a company decides they want to pursue switching and converting their analog telephone system into one that is technologically data driven over their current Internet provider, there are several steps to follow, and questions companies should ask themselves.

What is VoIP?

VoIP is Voice over Internet Protocol. This method allows conventional analog audio telephone signals to convert into digital data that effectively transmits over the Internet. When this conversion occurs, something valuable happens: free telecommunication.

Jive’s Enterprise Solutions

The advantages to enterprise VoIP hosted systems are numerous. Not only are these technologically advanced systems designed to serve large organizations and companies, but also they work to integrate technology into one streamlined source. Imagine one singular, solitary source for email, voice, video and data! The future is here – not only are these systems available through Jive, but they also greatly reduce overall business communication expenses.

What should employers know about VoIP?

Jive’s professional employees are happy to answer questions and eager to share their knowledge! In order to help determine if business VoIP is right for a company, here are some common questions and answers that VoIP professionals are familiar handling.

What are the Advantages to Business VoIP?

Jive Hosted VoIP offers extremely affordable communication solutions, allowing businesses the affordability to make long-distance calls, international calls and so forth. VoIP allows companies the ability to expand their current business while reducing their overall communications expenses.

VoIP: Questions and Answers

How does VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol – work? Essentially this service helps to convert voices into a digital signal, which then travels directly over the Internet’s “cloud.” It works easily with regular phone numbers, as the signal is so advanced it automatically converts into a regular telephone signal prior to reaching the destination. Calls can be made directly from the computer, or via a VoIP business phone or a traditional telephone, provided it is connected to a compatible adapter.

Jive: Working with Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

Jive is a business VoIP provider, which means that they provide high-quality telephone voice services over the Internet. Designed to accommodate businesses of all sizes, Jive offers special functionality and services to both small and medium-sized businesses. In an economy where companies are relocating to find more affordable office spaces, perhaps even a dynamite office building location has become available due to another company’s misfortune, Jive gives businesses the ability to easily relocate and move their business VoIP system.

Enjoy Discounts with the Federal E-Rate Program

Education depends on the efficient flow and access to information. Realizing this, the Federal Government has established the Federal E-Rate program that supports the education sector’s need for telecommunications services, internet access and internal connections. This program is created under the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 where schools and libraries stand to receive 20% to as much as 90% for the network and telecommunications services they avail.

Terrapin Adds Jive as a Cloud Partner

March 20, 2012, San Ramon, CA–Terrapin Solutions announced today it has added Jive Communications to its cloud services portfolio, enhancing its Hosted VoIP and Unified Communications offerings.

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