Category: VoIP

  [ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] VOIP, which stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, has swept onto the international communication scene over the past few years. While it might seem like a space-age technology that came out of nowhere, though, VOIP has been steadily maturing for decades. Understanding not only where ... Read More
January 4, 2017Stacey Larson
  [ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] Every company wants to lower their telecom cost since phone bills sometimes make up a good chunk of a company’s monthly expenses. But companies are sometimes adamant about not wanting to change things, only because they’re stuck in their ways doing ... Read More
December 27, 2016Stacey Larson
  [ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] You’ve probably seen the letters, VOIP, or seen advertisements for a telephone service called Vonage and the enticing $9.99 a month cost for phone calls. However, you don’t know what these letters mean or why the cost is lower than what you are currently paying for your ... Read More
December 19, 2016Stacey Larson
[ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] Telephones are still a must-have tool for businesses of all sizes, but if you are only using the phone to make and take direct dial calls, you’re missing out on some tools that can boost your business productivity. Voice over Internet Protocol, or ... Read More
December 19, 2016Stacey Larson
[ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] The inventory of types of office phone systems has evolved over the last several years. There are a few well-developed options to consider. The regular phone system technology is still very much alive. They call it POTS (Plain Old Telephone System). You can buy multi-line telephones that ... Read More
December 13, 2016Stacey Larson
Many small companies use a 10/100 ethernet installation, which is fine if you intend to stay small. A company with an eye towards growth, however, will soon find itself hampered by this slower speed and will be looking to upgrade to a gigabit Ethernet installation. What’s a 10/100?... Read More
December 13, 2016Stacey Larson
  [ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] As each day passes, more and more businesses are implementing VoIP solutions. If you haven’t switched to VoIP just yet or you are looking for ways to maximize the quality of your current voice system, you should consider implementing Quality of Service solutions. QoS is ... Read More
December 5, 2016Stacey Larson
[ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] With the advancements in modern VoIP technologies, traditional phone systems are quickly becoming a thing of the past. While no one can forecast the exact date, current trends can reasonably show that within the next 10 to 15 years almost all voice ... Read More
December 5, 2016Stacey Larson
[ninja_forms_modal_form id=33 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/phone-buyers-guide.png"] I thought I had seen it all, but modern technology has even found a way to visualize phones. Soft-phones (or software phones) are a handy solution that should be kept in your technology toolbelt. If you are not already taking advantage of this technology, you are missing ... Read More
November 29, 2016Stacey Larson
I believe one of the foundations for a successful implementation with Business VoIP is reliable internet service. Each business has several different choices for internet service which have positives and negatives associated to each one. Over the last several blog posts, we’ve reviewed the choices ... Read More
November 15, 2016Stacey Larson