A communication network is the backbone to any business operation. It can make or break the productivity of employees, the efficiency of day-to-day operations, and the overall collaboration of an organization. With this much depending on how we communicate, it is no wonder why so many businesses are choosing VoIP deployments. This being said, VoIP is still a new or just plain confusing concept for customers who are used to using legacy analog. Here are five of the most common problems a VoIP system integration can solve in business communications.
Over the last couple of months I have been having a lot of conversations about WiFi voice. WiFi voice is not only a big current focus for us, but it has also become a notable buzzword within the VoIP and UC space. Many businesses, especially enterprises, have begun to build truly wireless offices complete with entirely wireless communication networks. The topic even came up in a Podcast I did a few weeks ago with Telecom Reseller. Whatever you may think about WiFi voice, it is poised to take over the market sooner than later.
Topics: VoIP, WiFi, QoS, VoIP trends, WiFi Phone, WiFi voice network, WiFi voice, WiFi IP Phone, WiFi APs, WiFi Acess Points, Voice network, business voice, WiFi Voice Enterprise, PMK caching, OKC WiFi