Blog and Industry Perspectives
There is no need for paper anymore. With letters and faxes turning into e-mails, bills turning into e-bills, and financial statements documented using software; physical copies of documents are too much of a hassle to deal with. Why? They produce clutter and are inconvenient for today’s mobile, working professional. To be productive in the digital age, you have to go paperless.
Not too long ago, companies lived and died by their fax machines. With the push of a button, documents could be sent in an instant anywhere in the world. It was the fastest form of document transfer at that time. Fax machines are still used by many businesses today, whether it’s sending a signed copy of a contract or communicating complex diagrams and hand-written notes. But it’s the 21st century; shouldn’t most work be completed on computers now?
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), is a technology used for transmitting voice communications across a private network or the Internet. It is the foundation for which Hosted VoIP services are based on. Utilizing a hosted or cloud voice provider minimizes your Telecom spend and ensures the right solution for your network. Delivered properly, Hosted VoIP provides superior quality and features over traditional telephony systems.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking has quickly become the de facto standard for network and voice convergence. But even though you’ve heard about it, you may still be on the fence about the whole concept. Hopefully, we can shed a little light on the topic.