The End of the Landline
Think about how you use your phone in your personal life. If you’re like most Americans, chances are you have ditched your landline for a cellphone with no plans of going back. A similar change is happening in the business world.
For those that are unaware, the landline phone system as we knowing is fading away and moving toward VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) . Our partners at INVOIP recently published a blog post, pointing out some facts, that decision makers should be aware of as the landline fades away. Read the post here.
What is VoIP?
Hosted Voice Phones use VoIP as the basis for helping businesses better manage their incoming and outgoing calls. VoIP audio signals are transferred into digital data, allowing users to make calls over the internet. With Hosted Voice, the entire infrastructure is housed at an offsite data center, except for the phones and switch with Power over Ethernet (PoE) in your office. Learn more about Yeo & Yeo’s VoIP solutions.