VoIP News: August 2012
Adopting VoIP is relatively straightforward and nothing for businesses to fear, especially when the significant benefits that it will result in are taken into consideration. But that is not to say that bosses who have decided to invest in the hi-tech solution have nothing on their plate, as there are still some basic checks and tests they can complete in order to ensure VoIP will run without a hitch in their set-up.
Posted on: 2012-08-31, in: General VoIP
Over the coming years, it is likely that many of you will enjoy access to significantly improved broadband services. Speeds are due to rise and the arrival of updated technology will ensure this continues to be the case. In particular, the emergence of Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is set to be a major step forward and will offer the majority of the country the opportunity to enjoy much faster links to the web.
Posted on: 2012-08-31, in: IP PBX
Adopting VoIP is an exciting time for any business, as it will enable it to reduce costs, improve efficiency, boast the latest technology and increase productivity. It is therefore no surprise that so many firms are keen to invest in the solution in order to overhaul their telecommunications infrastructure. In this day and age, the bottom line is everything to businesses, with many living on the edge as a result of the economic crisis.
Posted on: 2012-08-30, in: General VoIP
The way Britain communicates is changing, particularly when it comes to telephony, as the latest research on the subject indicates. New statistics released by Virgin Media Business show 65 per cent of all chief information officers believe landline telephones will disappear from offices within five years. The company surveyed 5,000 people, with the majority admitting they do not expect to see the technology in use by 2017.
Posted on: 2012-08-29, in: Telephony technology
With the UK's broadband infrastructure improving all the time - and set to get even better over the next few years - it could be that firms view now as the perfect time to invest in VoIP solutions in order to revolutionise the way their operations run on a daily basis. There has been plenty of talk about the state of the UK's internet in recent times, with culture secretary Jeremy Hunt this week promising it would be the fastest in Europe by 2015.
Posted on: 2012-08-24, in: General VoIP
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