The Essential eGuide for SMB’s and Hosted VoIP

Brett Harney VoIP

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Small Businesses are embracing the benefits that VoIP provides. The investment into a Voice over IP adoption can vary depending how your SMB plans to implement the technology, and choosing that implementation will depend on a number of factors including: size of your business, number of offices, voice usage, whether or not you have remote employees, etc. Hosted Voice over IP is emerging as the dominant choice in small and mid-sized business implementations, mainly due to its simplicity. Hosted VoIP is another term for Hosted PBX. "Hosted" means that the hardware and PBX is hosted at an off-site location from where the VoIP telephone service is being used. All calls are transported over the Internet, and telephone functions such as voicemail, call routing and call forwarding are performed on the provider's computers. Administration is handled via a Web interface. With Hosted VoIP, calls can be made and received using regular phones with adapters, IP phones or computers. A hosted VoIP service provides a "virtual IP PBX" for an organization without requiring a physical PBX. Download the Hosted VoIP eGuide Download the Small Business Hosted VoIP eGuide Download this eGuide for items to consider if your business is looking to Hosted VoIP for cost savings and increased functionality,  including:
  • Budget
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Features
  • QoS
  • Network Monitoring
  • And MORE!