Voice & Data

Of all the reasons to look into VoIP services for your telecommunications infrastructure, it’s the potential to permanently slash your month-to-month communications budget that provides the most immediate ROI.

Migrating your telephone systems into a purely data environment allows your communications architecture to merge with your network; messaging then is freely interchangeable across virtually any Internet-aware device.

A business can often cut out several middlemen at once, reducing its global communications bill to a single, significantly smaller monthly line-item bill that is paid based on usage–like the electric bill.

Voice And Data Bring Unified Communications

The direct benefits of unified communications are numerous, and they begin with the switch to VoIP-based telecommunications.

  • SIP trunking, the process of changing over your systems to solely data-based pipelines, greatly reduces physical wiring needs.
  • Global conferencing, including videoconferencing, becomes simple to implement, and it maintains a secure environment that includes real-time document collaboration through interconnected cloud-based file servers.
  • Modern networking hardware is designed for transitioning businesses with a range of models that still incorporate support for DSL, cable, and other early broadband pipelines.
  • Unified communications bring a superior security system through smart access points with permissions to verify potential users instantly against shared security policies mirrored across every device.
  • Follow Me / Find Me telecommunications packages forward messages to their intended recipient via any smart devices marked as a contact points, including media format shifts such as text-to-voice or voicemail-to-MP3.

Hosted Services Simplify Unified Voice And Data Systems

An expanding enterprise needs to focus on the next quarter plus the years ahead while preventing wastage on data systems and telecommunications wherever possible. A properly managed wireless VoIP environment improves the experience and productivity of worker and visitor alike in a secured environment. Plus, if a business is paying for DaaS, data-as-a-service–that business should receive service like data is a service. That means under-one-roof responsibility for the following:

  • Hardware installations
  • System upgrades
  • Software expansions
  • Training modules
  • Guaranteed network uptime
  • 24/7 monitoring
  • Immediate action alerts to potential threats
  • Off-site data security advice or implementation
  • Site evaluations
  • Needs projections.

Through VoIP data unification, your IT department can be reduced to a single virtualized terminal that is accessible from any secure Internet pipeline.  Combined with an employee-friendly windowed graphic interface that’s still powerful enough to control a virtualized global WAN, you can easily create the affordable new backbone of your business’ telecommunications future.