VoIP is all over the place. It’s the hip new technology, so it’s being adopted in a lot of different ways, and nobody’s really doing a good job of explaining those options. Do I want hosted, or on-premises, or what? Can I just buy a magicjack? How does it even work? It can feel like a frustrating nightmare to try and map the landscape. Let me share an industry secret: the big money in the industry is in the enterprise—companies with hundreds or thousands of phones who want to know a lot of technical details about how a system could […]
The technology of telephony is always changing. There are big infrastructure changes, such as the shift from landlines to mobile and the shift from traditional phones to VoIP. There are also many small functional changes that these big changes make possible. Here we look at six.
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Voice over Internet Protocol is not a telephony trend, but is simply the future of data transmissions. This factual statement can be seen in small businesses, large corporations, enterprise units and even in government organizations across the U.S. and even globally.