VoIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, basically refers to voice communications that take place over the Internet. Thanks to advanced technology and high speed Internet connectivity, VoIP has become a more valuable asset to companies and individuals alike.
Traditional Phone Service and Limitations
Traditional phone service was the main mode of telecommunications for most of the 20th century but it is limited by the two-wire system. Today, with cable and fiber optic networks, high speed Internet service provides a solid foundation for faster transmitting and receiving of data.
A faster speed connection with the ability to transfer large pools of data provides flexibility to most companies across the country.
Using VoIP for business means that you can transmit large files of data, rely on video conferencing, share webinars and video and audio files, and maximize productivity while reducing expenses.
VoIP offers greater flexibility to companies and better clarity over traditional phone service. While there are certainly benefits on an individual level, the benefits for businesses are significant.