If you have decided to ditch your traditional landline to move to a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony or are switching service providers, you are likely concerned as to whether or not you can retain your business phone number.
by Ion Mae Escalante
One of the most exciting and challenging aspects of a business is being able to plan for growth.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology has significantly altered the business world.
During the early days of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology, skeptics and detractors criticized the technology for its poor audio or voice quality.
Office receptionists have always played a crucial role in organizations.
In order to get things done and to be productive at work (whether in the office or working from home), you need to focus and minimize distractions.
Visit any Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service provider site and you’ll likely be offered two options: business VoIP and residential VoIP.
As with any internet technology and application, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology is not exempt from various security threats and risks.
Running a business from home (or even telecommuting a few days each month) is a dream for many.
Leading Internet domain registrar and web hosting company GoDaddy announced it inked an agreement to buy FreedomVoice, a key provider of cloud-based VoIP phone systems based in Encinitas,...
Toll-free numbers have long been the mark of legitimacy and professionalism for many businesses. Having a toll-free number lends credibility to a company and enhances their brand’s image.
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