Cloud-Based Business VoIP Provider Fonality Releases 'Cloud VoIP for Dummies' eBook
Fonality, a provider of cloud-based business VoIP and Unified Communications (UC) services to small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) in North America, and John Wiley & Sons, the publisher of the For Dummies book series, have teamed up to release of ‘Cloud VoIP For Dummies, Fonality Special Edition’.
Released just this week on August 9, the new eBook details how cloud computing is changing the way communications technologies such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Unified Communications (UC) are utilized.
Cloud VoIP For Dummies details the evolution of VoIP and UC to the emergence of cloud computing and analyzes the technologies in an easy-to-use format, company officials said.
The book also describes how business VoIP provider Fonality is at the forefront of interface and application development that uses the cloud to deliver Fortune500 communications capabilities at a fraction of the cost. The book provides a variety of practical tips, as well as technical insight to bring unprecedented clarity to the topic.
A leading cloud-based business VoIP provider, Fonality has guided the way in helping growing companies benefit from cloud-based business communications, according to Wes Durow, chief marketing officer at Fonality. “Collaborating with For Dummies is an ideal forum to explain how businesses can easily access new features while simultaneously reducing costs and complexity.”
“Cloud VoIP For Dummies demystifies how the cloud delivers advanced business communications features simply and cost effectively,” said Andy Cummings, Dummies tech VP and publisher, in a statement. “As a leader in the space for SMBs, Fonality has sponsored this resource to help customers understand how the adoption of cloud VoIP services can help their business grow.”
Fonality ’s cloud-based business VoIP model provides the same services of traditional IP systems without costly hardware, infrastructure or lengthy implementation cycles. It reduces total cost of ownership by 50 percent, or more, while users enjoy access to powerful communications services usually reserved for the largest of companies.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein