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Five Reasons Why Remote Working Is Taking Over

The Power Of VoIP Compels You

Today the landline has become virtually obsolete as smartphones and other mobile devices have come to replace them. Another reason people no longer use a traditional landline is because call costs are high. Even making calls on a mobile can be expensive especially when it comes to international calls. As a result, many people are switching to VoIP which allows individuals to make calls whenever they are connected to the internet. The most popular services are Vonage and Skype especially as the lines are incredibly clear and call quality is good.

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Global VoIP Market Expanding Rapidly

VoIP Is Magic

Arthur C Clarke famously said that once a technology becomes sufficiently advanced, it is impossible to distinguish it from magic. For many people, VoIP falls into this category. VoIP basically converts voice into data and transmits it over the internet allowing people to make and receive calls without a regular fixed line or wireless service. Whilst the technology has been around for decades, many people still find it a little mystifying. The more people that understand it, the more it will be implemented in businesses and generate advantages.

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Questions You Should Ask Before Choosing A VoIP Provider

VoIP Is The Future

VoIP’s introduction more than two decades ago has completely transformed the way we communicate both as individuals and for companies. The technology transmits voice data from one IP address to another. Over the last decade the VoIP has really come into its own as people have increasingly come to realise the benefits, especially in terms of saving money. Thanks to services such as Vonage and Skype most of us are now familiar with the technology. However, the biggest change has been in the way businesses use VoIP to communicate as more small companies migrate to cloud-based solutions.

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Cloud Computing Is A Good Choice For SME’s

The Case For VoIP

VoIP is an excellent communication option because it is cheaper and more reliable than wireless or copper networks. It also comes with plenty of features that allow small businesses to use enterprise grade platforms which greatly improves productivity and functions such as customer service. The cost of VoIP is also falling whilst call quality continues to improve and it is now an established technology that the vast majority of companies now rely on.

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Five Tips For Making Your Business Seem More Professional On The Phone

The Future Of Business Automation Is VoIP Powered AI

VoIP is certainly now mainstream with devices such as Amazon’s Echo, Google Assistant and Siri from Apple now common. Businesses are increasingly starting to rely on voice recognition software and many are adding VoIP as their primary method of communication. The results have been mixed, sometimes devices misunderstand and in other instances accurate answers are delivered in less than blink of an eye. Nevertheless, VoIP is now part of the future and that will not change any time soon, so many businesses are making the transition as quickly as possible.

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VoIP Is An Attractive Technology

UK Parliament To Ditch Traditional Telephony And Switch To VoIP

The traditional copper-wire telephone network in parliament that dates back to 140 years ago when Alexander Graham Bell created the system is going to be phased out within the next eight months. This is because replacement parts for the system are no longer being made. Instead MP’s and peers will be migrated to a VoIP based telephone system with the option to connect to the system using handsets that are designed like traditional telephones.

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VoIP makes Flexible Working Possible

Stay Ahead Of The Curve And Migrate To VoIP

Small businesses in the UK should re-examine their communications infrastructure and if they haven’t already, should migrate to a VoIP based system in order to save money and improve communication as BT prepares to stop providing traditional phone systems. VoIP basically allows users to make calls over an internet connection and the technology promises to help companies grow because it can be integrated into any IT infrastructure.

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VoIP Makes It Possible To Stay Home And Watch Sports

For Business The Future Of VoIP Is Now Mobile

Approximately 8 per cent of US businesses are using mobile phones as their primary business number and that figure is likely to rise rapidly in the future as offices transform in response to a digital and mobile first world. 29 per cent of companies polled said the primary reason for switching to VoIP is they wanted an easy way to forward calls to mobile devices. 25% said they wanted a flexible voicemail system that employees could access whilst travelling. Both responses strongly suggest that the future of business is mobile.

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Three Things You Should Know About VoIP

VoIP Patent Troll Initiates Legal Action Against Amazon For Alexa Patent Infringement

VoIP technology company Voip-Pal.com has initiated legal action against Amazon accusing the company of infringing its patents in Amazon’s Alexa calling and messaging services. Voip-Pal claims Alexa’s calling and messaging service uses patented technologies for voice and video calls. Voip-Pal says the same 4 patents that the company has also accused Apple of infringing have also been infringed by Amazon.

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Quantum Mechanics Could Change The Way We Communicate

Father Of VoIP Turns His Attention To VR As He Seeks To Build The Workspace Of The Future

Richard Platt considered to be the ‘Father of VoIP’ has put together a team of specialists who between them have centuries of combined experience in the fields of telecoms, networking, cloud and VR. Mr Platt has constructed his team in order to build what he believes will be the workplace of the future, something he calls vSpatial. The new platform is being developed so that new immersive technologies such as VR can be leveraged to allow remote workers and teams to better connect and become more productive.

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