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Still Have Doubts about VoIP? Read This.
November 3rd, 2015

Still Have Doubts about VoIP? Read This.

Despite all of the features, benefits, and cost savings businesses can realize by switching to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology for their communications solutions, some still have doubts...

Summary

Despite all of the features, benefits, and cost savings businesses can realize by switching to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology for their communications solutions, some still have doubts about VoIP and using the Internet to make phone calls.

A recent article on sbnonline.com, Laying to Rest the Biggest Concerns and Misconceptions about VoIP, serves as a primer for those who are still unsure about the technology by addressing specific, common concerns businesses have about VoIP. Here is an excerpt:

First, a lot of people just have a vague idea of what VoIP is, including what the acronym stands for — and that unfamiliarity stretches across all ages. VoIP carries voice traffic over an IP data network, regardless if it is on the Internet or your own LAN. This can reduce expenses and increase flexibility.

Although still a relatively new technology, VoIP has changed and improved over the past several years, b becoming even more cost-effective and feature-rich. Therefore, it’s important to educate yourself on the advantages – and disadvantages – of VoIP and how you can use it to create the best communications solution for your business.

Here are some additional articles on the topic:

What Is VoIP and How Does It Work?

Business VoIP for Beginners: Transitioning from Landline to VoIP

Fact or Fiction: Switching to VoIP Will Save Me Money? [Infographic]


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