When choosing which VoIP telephony system to use, your business has the option of using either VoIP softphones or hardphones. But what makes one better than the other? This blog will highlight their differences to help you make the right choice. VoIP Softphones Softphones are apps or programs that let you send and receive phone […]
Many small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) turn to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as their telephony solution. VoIP allows them to make calls either through traditional desk phones (hardphones) or software-based phones (softphones). Find out the pros and cons of both phone options so you can decide which one fits your business best.
When working remotely, there are many tools your business can use to communicate. You have email, old-fashioned phone calls, internal discussion forums, and issue tracking software. However, if you want to dramatically improve business performance, softphones are the way to go.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as a telephony solution allows small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to choose between traditional desk phones (hardphones) or software-based devices (softphones). Read on to learn which phone option best suits your needs.
More individual users and business owners are becoming aware of Voice over Internet Protocol’s (VoIP) features and advantages over conventional landlines. As technology progresses, the options available for VoIP also increases. Find out which service is best for your needs in the compilation below.
Internet-based technologies like VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) are widely used by small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to bolster work productivity and efficiency. There are two kinds of phones to choose from: traditional desk phones (hardphones) or software-based phones (softphones). We’ll break down which is best for your business.
Should your business deploy a cloud-based or on-premises VoIP system? What’s the difference between software-based VoIP and its mobile counterpart? Which type of VoIP services will suit you most? Featured below is a compilation of all VoIP options and their details to help you answer those questions.