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Communications make or break a business. That said, it is vital to ensure that one's communications options are reliable, high-quality and user friendly. IP phones have joined the ranks as a chosen method of communication in the enterprise for the reasons listed above, and now it seems one IP phone developer is expanding its footprint.
Yealink, a company best known for its IP Phones, has announced that it is moving into video conferencing with two new systems: the Yealink VC120 and Yealink VC400.
A lot of businesses have moved over to an IP telephony system for its cost-effective features, and it has become the hub of most business processes and communications. It can save almost half of the traditional phone bills and do a lot more than a landline connection, but in order to use IP telephony more efficiently, using the right IP phones can mean getting the most out of your system.
As far as functionality goes, the new release affords the ability to connect multiple devices (USB, headset) as well as programmable keys, a built-in Bluetooth support and a USB dongle. These 'futuristic' phones support expansion modules and up to 16 VoIP user accounts.
No matter what your business does, voice communication is a critical element of success. Your employees need a secure way to communicate with customers, contact prospective clients and conduct business. It makes sense for businesses to ditch the legacy telephony system and invest in a solid, stable and cost-effective phone system that uses the most cutting edge technologies available.
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