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November 08, 2012

VoIP Does a Business Good


In the technology industry, Voice over IP (VoIP) is one of those things that has become rather common, but far from ordinary. With improved features, newer technologies, easy set up and not to mention the cost-effective nature of utilizing VoIP, especially in business, it’s no wonder that many businesses have harnessed the technology.


Landline phone usage is down, thanks to increased mobile phone usage and the migration to IP telephony, especially in businesses that are always looking for ways to improve workforce productivity and trim the fat in regard to business communication costs.


Aside from dramatically cutting costs, VoIP can provide automated call stats, give you one number that you can take everywhere with you and has a fairly fast and easy recovery system in the event of an emergency... Read More


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