Features – Virtual Phone Systems

Business VoIP features and functionality explained and highlighted in more detail.

6 Key Benefits of a Small Business Phone System

A good phone system is an integral aspect of your business’s communications structure. With so many different small business-based phone systems on the market, it can feel overwhelming choosing one that is the best for your company's needs. ...

5 Essential Features of an Affordable Phone System for Your Home Business

Whether you are a marketing professional, blogger, writer or consultant, your home business needs a phone system that gives you a level of professionalism - and also, security. Handing out your personal cellphone number to random clients you ...

Why Call Recording is a Must Have Feature

More and more businesses are taking advantage of call recording. So much so that it’s hard to find many businesses that don’t advise callers that their call may be recorded. And so, it’s no surprise that call recording is a popular VoIP feature. In ...

Four Essential Virtual Phone System Features

Features are a selling point for many virtual phone system providers, as they should be. After all, it’s not simply the service you’re looking for, it’s what that service provides and how (or if) that service benefits you and your business needs. ...

BYOD: The Future of the Workplace

The future of the workplace is evolving. No, we don’t all telecommute. Yes, many of us still slave away in dimly lit cubicles. Yet, more and more people and businesses are choosing to use technology and advancements in technology to their advantage. ...

What is a Cloud/Hosted PBX – Is It Right for Your Business?

As a business owner, you have a lot going on. When it comes to changing up how you communicate with employees, vendors and just about everyone, you may find yourself overwhelmed at the options. Most businesses avoid cloud PBX services, not because ...

Webinar vs Web Conference vs Webcast – What’s the Difference?

There seem to be many terms floating around out there that all seem to mean the same thing. But do they really? Well, the short answer is "no". There really is a difference between a Webinar, a Web Conference, and a Webcast. For some providers, ...

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