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5 Reasons to Choose On-Premise VoIP over Hosted [Infographic]
March 3rd, 2016

5 Reasons to Choose On-Premise VoIP over Hosted [Infographic]

Susan Vorodi

Q: Why do many small and medium-sized businesses implement a new VoIP System?A: To minimize or completely eliminate up-front costs. While this is true for many companies, for others, up-front costs ar...

Q: Why do many small and medium-sized businesses implement a new VoIP System?

A: To minimize or completely eliminate up-front costs. While this is true for many companies, for others, up-front costs are only part of the equation.

View the following infographic to see five other important factors companies should consider.

5 factors that make on-premise VoIP the better choice

  • You already have the right infrastructure – You own your infrastructure and host it in your data center, but it must be suitable for carrying voice traffic.
  • Security and compliance are critical to you – On-premise systems allow you to set and control security levels.
  • You have the right people with the right support skills – Your IT team has networking and other skills beyond traditional PSTN services.
  • Little need for scalability – You’re not foreseeing significant growth and your business is stable.
  • You don’t require upgrades and outside support – You have the staff and infrastructure in place.

Read the original article, 5 Reasons to Choose On-Premise over Hosted VoIP. Once you consider the up-front costs and total cost of ownership, you can make an informed decision based on your business needs.

Here is the infographic with more information that illustrates each of these important factors you should consider when deciding between an on-premise and hosted VoIP solution.

5 Reasons to Choose On-Premise VoIP over Hosted [Infographic]

Read the original article, 5 Reasons to Choose On-Premise over Hosted VoIP.


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