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Voice over IP (VoIP) should not remain a mystery to small & medium sized business.

 

  • With VoIP, analog voice calls are converted into packets of data. The packets travel like any other type of data, such as e-mail, over the public Internet and/or any private Internet Protocol (IP) network.
  • Using a VoIP service, you can call landline or cell phones. You can also call computer-to-computer, with both parties speaking into a computer microphone and listening through computer speakers or headsets.
  • When evaluating, it’s worth noting that you can make or receive calls using landline telephones. All you need is an analog telephone adapter connected to your network. Also, to ensure the best voice quality and security, consider using your VoIP or other communications system on a private IP network.

How VoIP Works for Your Business

How VoIP works for your business is simple: By adding voice to a data network, you’ll reduce costs, improve productivity, and enhance collaboration.

Voice means having one network in the workplace, instead of two. You can easily add, move, or change phone extensions and locations, which gives you more flexibility.

Workers can use your VoIP communication system from home, on the road, at office.

Wireless IP phones are available to connect your workforce to your VoIP communications system from anywhere they can access your data network wirelessly. Workers can easily voice & video conference from a single, easy-to-use interface.

Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series

Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series