Hosted VoIP Is Valued by Small Businesses

What is so special about hosted VOIP versus normal VOIP? When you get VOIP service you will either purchase hosted VOIP or an on premises VOIP. Choosing hosted VOIP is a good idea for your business VOIP phone service. Knowing the different types of VOIP, including hosted VOIP, will help you make the phone system choice that’s best for your micro business. Here’s the basic differences with hosted VOIP. The basics of hosted VOIP phone service. Getting hosted VOIP is the simplest of the VOIP business phone system. Hosted VOIP uses the services of a business that specializes in offering hosted VOIP service to micro businesses or other companies wanting VOIP phone services. The hosted VOIP company will charge your business monthly for the VOIP service. This is a good option because with hosted VOIP if you have phone system problems there is a hosted VOIP business to take care of them for you. A hosted VOIP phone service will likely have better features for the phone system than an in house VOIP system. In addition to the tech support with hosted VOIP there will be many other phone features. You can generally choose a features service plan with your hosted VOIP to get the phone service you want. With…


MyPBX is a standalone embedded hybrid PBX for small businesses

When choosing your PBX systems it is important to delve into the support available from the company. Immediate access to help desk, qualified technician is must and make sure that recorded voice message support is not a part of the deal when it comes to troubleshooting issues. Quick resolution of critical cost is crucial in different scenarios, including service outages. What is your vendor offer concerning changes or additional phone lines? How quickly will they be able to incorporate such changes or meet your requests? MyPBX is a standalone embedded hybrid PBX for small businesses and remote branch offices of larger organizations (2-100 users per site). MyPBX also offers a hybrid solution (a combination of VoIP applications using legacy telecom equipment) alternative for enterprises who are not yet ready to migrate to a complete VoIP solution.These systems have no hard drive and are very easy to setup and use. The system is built on solid state memory and are very low power consumption, much the same as your internet modem. There are several size systems in the range from the soho up to the E1 emterprise catering for up to 100 extensions.MyPbx can easily integrate with either Voip service pproviders, or to tradional phone lines via optional plug in line…


Top 3 Asterisk Solutions Prosper Small to Large Scaled Businesses

In a past decade, much technological advancement noted. The technological inventions brought revolution in the people’s life as well as the businesses. One of such technological boon is Asterisk. The asterisk is a well-known PBX software, which can be attached to traditional telephone lines or voice over IP network. It comes with many flexible and rich features. Some of the key features of Asterisk are listed below: Call Monitoring Call Transfer Blind Transfer Call Retrieval Call Snooping Call Queuing Call Waiting Call Recording Conference Bridging Blacklists Whitelists Direct Inward System Access Database Integration Remote Office Support Talk Detection Three-way Calling Transcoding And the list goes on Traditionally, Asterisk was used to make calls. As businesses started recognizing the flexibility and wealth the Asterisk offers, many custom solutions were developed in Asterisk. There are many VoIP development companies, which started and continued the development of the custom Asterisk solutions to leverage the communication requirements of any business. There can be a specific solution developed by keeping an organization in mind; at the same time, there can be an asterisk solution developed, which is general in nature, and provide similar benefits in any operational environment. The top 3 Asterisk solutions which suit any business environment, and benefits it with its abundant features…


How Businesses are Deploying SIP Trunk Solutions

SIP, otherwise known as Session Initiated Protocol has widely been used in verbal and written context with business telecommunications lingo. While this technology has been raved about and highly documented throughout the past recent years in tech blogs and websites, it can be somewhat difficult to understand exactly what SIP is and how it is used if you are somewhat new to telecommunication terminology. If you aren’t a CTO or CIO but run a business with high levels of voice and data traffic, this should help better explain the technology for you. SIP runs over an IP (Internet Protocol) network. A network running the Internet Protocol previously allowed for data transfer between satellite office locations via private lines, for hosting websites, or hosting other data servers. Over the past decade however, new technologies and the explosion of VoIP (just think Vonage and Comcast phone) have given an IP network far greater importance and precedence over business communications. SIP allows for simple daily business functions as simple as phone calls (inbound/outbound) utilizing VoIP technology but can be more diverse in the business environment. A daily function in the enterprise or business may be more complex functions such as conference calls that additionally may require multimedia (live stream video, live document presentations,…