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3 Reasons to upgrade your business communication

March 3, 2015 by Omar Sohail,

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It’s only been three months since the start of 2015 and just like before, there will be a myriad number of business owners who would have maintained their legacy PBX systems in order to carry out the operational requirements of their organization. However, while the supremacy of hosted PBX systems are well known, given below are some factors that will allow entrepreneurs and individuals with sharp business acumen to easily come to the decision whether or not they should upgrade their existing communication setup.

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5 reasons why you are better off upgrading to an IP PBX telephony system

December 12, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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Before making the upgrade to an IP PBX, you and your business need to know what exactly is an IP PBX. An IP PBX is a form of telephony system (similar to your traditional and might we add obsolete PBX telephony system) that is able to make calls within your organization by taking advantage of the location’s local area network or LAN. In this way, an IP PBX system is able to make calls by sending in data packets over the network, much similar to a computer system being connected to a network. Now that you know that it does, how about we get to tell you 5 reasons why you should discard your existing setup and upgrade to the future of telephony systems; which is IP PBX.

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Cloud hosted PBX: 4 ways how not using it can ruin your business

July 22, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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After communication mediums went through several changes under research and implementations, one of the most flexible products belonging to the category of business; VoIP technology came in to existence. That product is known today as cloud hosted PBX.

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Is IP PBX Good Value for Money?

July 17, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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How do you define something that is good value for money when a business owner is concerned? Does it have to do with buying the cheapest office equipment available and making it part of the organization? Certainly not. That only means that you are saving yourself some money in making an inferior product a part of the organization.

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Some Cloud Hosted PBX Features to Upgrade Your Equipment

July 3, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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Perhaps one of the greatest combinations of business communication channels is cloud hosted PBX. This particular technology allows small and medium sized businesses to upgrade their existing level of communication by adopting a sophisticated telephone system without massively allocating exorbitant funds in telephone equipment.

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Features of PBX and Why Businesses Should Move to ISDN

July 1, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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When a traditional phone system and a PBX system are pitted against one another, which system is going to end up being the clear winner? Naturally, the PBX system. Why? It is because since PBX systems are a product of a higher iterations of technology,

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IP PBX telephony systems: why should you choose it?

June 27, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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If you end up investing in software based IP PBX telephony systems over a traditional based telephone system; then your mind is making a lot of sense not just to you, but also for companies who already have a PBX. Not only is an IP PBX system able to save you significant amounts of money through the procurement of inexpensive equipment, it is also able to maintenance costs and office space, making it most obvious for you and for your company. Here are several reasons why you should opt for IP PBX telephony systems.

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SIP Trunking: Why should your business switch over?

June 25, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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Unfortunately, several forms of equipment present at the office premises (the ones which aid employees and workers with day to day operations) require routine maintenance or replacement cycles which can end up incurring a significant amount of costs for the organization. Additionally, previous generation equipment normally takes up a lot of office space, which causes quite a bit of friction for employees and their level of productivity.

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