5 tricks for thwarting VoIP threats

5 tricks for thwarting VoIP threats

The VoIP market continues to grow and doesn’t show any signs of stopping. As its use becomes more widespread, so too do the security threats against it. Although these type of attacks haven’t received as much media attention as ransomware and phishing, they’re no less dangerous or damaging to your SMB. Let’s examine 5 five useful tips for protecting your VoIP network.

Tips to optimize your VoIP call performance

Tips to optimize your VoIP call performance

Many business owners who opt for a traditional phone line over VoIP make some pretty big assumptions. Some assume they’ll continuously drop calls while speaking on the phone with their biggest client. Others assume employees will resort to calling prospects on their personal cell phones because they’re baffled by the user interface of your VoIP system.

Even more VoIP features you should use

Even more VoIP features you should use

When a potential VoIP provider throws a list of features they can offer at you, it can all be quite confusing and you might even forget about a lot of them. Even after you’ve chosen your provider, you might already be too busy to bother with certain features of your new VoIP service.

What to consider when choosing a VoIP system

What to consider when choosing a VoIP system

Over recent years, contacting each other from anywhere has become a lot cheaper. That’s why it’s no surprise that many businesses are taking advantage of these versatile and affordable methods of communication. One popular alternative to regular phone calls, Voice over IP (VoIP) services, has become a 21st century necessity for many companies.

Test the VoIP waters with these 4 apps

Test the VoIP waters with these 4 apps

Installing a VoIP system in your business may be an afterthought. The name itself sounds confusing enough, so you’d rather not bother with it – especially when you already have a traditional phone line. So what if there was an easy way to give VoIP a try that could save you some money in the short term? Well, now there is.

SIP Trunking. Should my company use it?

Have you ever answered a sales call with a local number, only to find out the sales person isn’t from the local area? The technology that makes this possibly is usually a digital network like Voice over Internet Protocol, VoIP, with extra technology that allows businesses to use their traditional phone lines to place long distance calls for nearly no cost.

Get Your Business Ready for VoIP

Technology has advanced at a rapid pace over the past 30 years, with many devices moving from physical systems to digital versions, including one of the most useful: the telephone. While the use of landlines is still prevalent among some businesses, many have started to turn to the digital version, Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP.

VoIP has become the main backbone of voice communication for a growing majority of companies, offering numerous benefits including potentially large cost savings, and decreased maintenance costs.