In many ways, your business communication system is the backbone of your business efforts. It's the tool that your employees use to communicate with customers and one another. This is a tool to make their jobs easier and themselves more productive. It's what allows them to work in a variety of settings - on-site, remotely or even while traveling - depending on the needs of the situation. It's both how you build and maintain relationships with your clients and how you minimize costs while maximizing functionality.
Over the past few years there have been breaches to secure databases, some of which exposed half a billion users' data. It's easy and understandable to wonder if you are among that list, but how do you tell? The answer is really quite simple.
VoIP (Voice over internet protocol) is the capacity to use the Internet to make phone calls, video calls, and more. It is reliable, affordable, and higher quality than traditional phone networks and services. Now, enough with the grandstanding. VoIP is useful, but there are some things that you should have in order before moving forward with a VoIP service.