As Smartphones are becoming the very epicenter of human lives, they contain an abundance of information, including bank accounts, text messages, contacts, passwords and credit cards. These devices are readily connected constantly, making them more vulnerable to attacks and scams.
While many people claim that today’s generation will never experience the traditional features of a landline – being tethered to the wall with limited mobility, waiting at home for a special someone’s call or simply learning to twirl the phone cord out of sheer nervous habit – these changes are part of society’s evolutionary process that embraces the latest technology trends.
The technology of making telephone calls over the Internet is known as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), helping turn regular telephones into Internet telephones. This high-tech method of communication has become a dominant force in the business industry.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a modern technology that allows companies’ employees to make business calls directly over broadband Internet services instead of using a conventional analog telephone system.
With the telecommunications industry abuzz about Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services, many companies are contemplating if making this switch is indeed productive to business.