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Global VoIP Market Expanding Rapidly

British Businesses Shifting To VoIP

VoIP is becoming increasingly popular with UK companies. Since the technology was invented in the 1990’s it has steadily improved and is now at an inflection point with the cloud being used as the primary method of hosting VoIP phone systems. Some people may still be wondering whether the technology is for them and their business and we are here to answer that question. VoIP basically converts voice into digital signals that are transmitted over the internet. This makes it very inexpensive and attractive for many companies.

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VoIP Subscribers Expected To Grow Rapidly Until 2020

New EU Satellite System Galileo To Come In Handy For Emergency Services

The European Commission has given its approval to a set of new regulations that will require the newest smartphones to include satellite and Wi-Fi location in order to improve emergency services so that callers to the services can be located quicker and more easily. Smartphones sold within the EU will now need to have an integrated chipset featuring the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) which has the ability to access the EU’s Galileo satellite system which delivers extremely accurate timing and positioning information.

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VoIP Makes It Possible For New Law Governing Right To Flexible Working

Calls To Allow Free VoIP Services In UAE Grow Louder

The calls for lifting the ban on VoIP in the UAE is getting louder. Discussions are raging on social media regarding the potential lifting of the ban. Some UAE residents claim they have been able to make calls using WhatsApp within the UAE. The regulator has dismissed the claims and says they are simply rumours. Recently prominent businessman Khalaf Al Habtoor publicly stated that VoIP services should be freely available to everyone.

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VoIP Technology Is Mainstream

Why Businesses Need To Switch To VoIP Phone Systems

The latest and greatest improvement to the telecoms system are VoIP telephones. Whilst it is true that smartphones have been the most innovative product on the planet for a decade now, many companies prefer to continue using traditional landlines. The alternative to the landline is a VoIP telephone which is useful because it plugs directly into the office network and as a result IP phones have become the go to solution for many companies both large and small.

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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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