All posts by Bhagwad Park

Beyond VoIP to Unified Digital Communications

Posted on: 2019-01-15 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Any organization will have a multitude of communication channels. It doesn’t matter if your business is a small startup or a large corporation. Your employees will use a variety of communication means to get things done. You might have email systems and voice calling at the very least. Most also have instant messaging, texting, video…

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Do You Need to Use a VPN for VoIP? Maybe…

Posted on: 2019-01-10 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Upgrading to VoIP is a pretty easy thing to do. Most vendors have a trial period for you to test out their service. Some of them don’t even need a credit card, all you need to do is create an account. It only takes a few minutes to convert the demo account into a regular…

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Is VoIP Vulnerable to Security Hacks? If So, How?

Posted on: 2019-01-03 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Have you come across the terms SIP, VLAN or TLS? Not unless you actively search for information on VoIP. Most people don’t know these acronyms at all. But organizations are worried about their VoIP phone systems. When VoIP technology first launched, the biggest concerns were quality and reliability. Could a VoIP call match the crystal…

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How Do You Deal with a VoIP Power Outage?

Posted on: 2018-12-27 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Who doesn’t rely on the internet to get things done in 2018? Imagine all the things you can’t do if you don’t have an internet connection. No website, no transactions, no response for customers and so many more things. Now, what if your phones also depend on the internet? That’s why most businesses have a…

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What Are the Network Requirements for VoIP?

Posted on: 2018-12-21 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

So you’ve decided that hosted VoIP is the best option for your business. If you’ve come to this decision, you probably already know the pros and cons. But now you’re faced with the next challenge – how to deploy the new system? While vendors may try to convince you that your business can get started…

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Small Business VoIP Best Practices – A List

Posted on: 2018-11-20 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

VoIP technology – specifically hosted VoIP – is a big improvement over traditional landline phones. It is easier to set up and maintain than a typical landline. The audio quality of VoIP has increased to the point where most people can’t tell the difference. You get new features every so often. To top it all…

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How Much Can You Save with a VoIP Phone Service?

Posted on: 2018-11-15 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

One of the most common reasons for a business to switch to VoIP is cost. Business owners and managers want to reduce their monthly bills. VoIP will – almost always – give you overall cost savings. You can even manage individual costs to increase the savings even more. Service providers are used to hearing the…

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Can you Take your VoIP Number with You?

Posted on: 2018-11-06 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Sometimes you have to make tough decisions as a business owner or manager. Upgrading to a new technology or switching suppliers are good examples. These decisions need a lot of planning and preparation. Switching over to VoIP doesn’t have to be a tough decision. After all, the new technology offers many benefits at a fraction…

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Business Hosted VoIP – Top Three Features

Posted on: 2018-11-02 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Hosted VoIP offers many new features for enterprises, tools that individual users won’t have much use for. Some of these new features enhance productivity or allow organizations to improve process efficiency. Others will let a business handle a large volume of calls or otherwise improve the communication system. Some organizations will find some features meet…

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How is Hosted VoIP for Business Different?

Posted on: 2018-10-26 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

VoIP technology has progressed by leaps and bounds over the last couple of decades. While it share similarities with the PSTN, the underlying technology is very different. End-users may not know the difference but there is a lot going on behind the scenes. VoIP services can be categorized in multiple ways. Consumer versus enterprise-focused services…

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