The latest communications technology resources to help business owners save money and add value.

When determining your telecommunications needs, you should look for growth opportunities. The telecommunications industry is rapidly expanding as new technology helps business owners save money and add features.

VoIP
One of the most popular telecommunications categories is VoIP phone service. VoIP is a technology that allows a user to talk over a broadband Internet line. This not only saves costs on your monthly bill, but it gives you the ability to add features like call routing and unified communications to your phone system. Hosted VoIP phone systems are becoming popular choices for small businesses because they allow for seamless adoption and are more scalable than traditional, server based VoIP solutions. If you are interested in learning more about VoIP and the different options available, consult one of the Business.com guides and articles page to help you with your purchase decision.

Many telecommunications features are based primarily on VoIP. Teleconferencing solutions for instance, allow businesses to communicate between one another remotely. VoIP technology opens the door for voice, video and data sharing between offices in different locations.

Phone services are becoming a fragmented industry, as mobile takes off one direction, landline phone services take off in another. There are now thousands of options to satisfy your telecommunication needs. One thing is for certain, the adoption of new telecommunications technology amongst businesses and consumers has changed the landscape of how we communicate.

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