Many small businesses are implementing new technology to improve efficiency and productivity in the office, while also cutting costs. One of these technologies is VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), something many small business may not know much about.
That’s according to MyBusinesVoIP, who says the technology is continuing to evolve and the quality certainly improving.
VoIP started in 1974 via the ARPANET network, which was the foundation for the internet.
“You have probably used VoIP but not know much about it, or maybe you don’t even know you have used it, perhaps something like Skype,” the company says in a statement. “Put simply, voice is transmitted across the internet as data.”
Moving to a VoIP-based phone system doesn’t have to be tricky, MyBusinessVoIP says. The company has outlined how small businesses can move to VoIP, and the benefits of doing so.
“As VoIP and Hosted PBX is readily available and affordable to a small to medium business and provides so much more flexibility and features, its popularity is increasing and will continue to do so into the future,” MyBusinessVoIP says.