VoIP PBX systems, also known as IP PBX systems, are Internet protocol-based transmissions of data. Instead of sending packets of voice data over a hardwired line like a traditional PBX, an IP PBX sends compressed packets of voice or video data over the Internet. These packets of data are compressed at a rate chosen by the system administrator, and surprisingly have little to no affect on the call quality (unless compressed beyond recommended norms).
If you run a small to midsized business and you're still relying on a traditional phone system, you need to rethink things. VoIP offers most businesses, regardless of the size, huge benefits. For small businesses, it unlocks the opportunity to have an enterprise-level communication system without the traditional expenses. more
If you’re interested in a straightforward way to improve the productivity of your employees, it's time to consider adopting a Unified Communications (UC) strategy. more