Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is multifunctional especially to the small business. The primary purpose of this technology is to enable flexibility towards employees regarding communication. But, with VoIP Mobility, the technology simplifies communication in the sense that everything can be done even with their mobile phones.
Using their mobile phones, VoIP allows them to use the functions of a traditional phone line to their handheld devices. It supports outgoing and incoming calls and delivers emails directly using data capable phone.
Previously, this idea has an enormous shortage of profit due to increasing roaming charges and per minute billing that goes out of control. But now, Voice over Internet Protocol can provide the company with unlimited calls, texts, emails and many more. And, missing important calls will never be in your dictionary.
VoIP Mobility is a system that can be programmed to allow off-premises phone and computers to operate within your corporate network. It is necessary for the contemplation of companies that requires participation in an increasingly decentralized and globalized business environment. The system also enables web collaboration via video, audio, and sharing tools.
VoIP Mobility also introduces Virtual Fax support which is a feature that enables sending and receiving email through faxes and vice versa, allowing faxed information to be received anywhere at any time.
Another advantage of using VoIP Mobility is the Unified Communication feature, an integrated access to all communication functions to eliminate the need to juggle various phone numbers.
Furthermore, VoIP Mobility also offers Voice Conferencing function that allows virtual conversation from a different location. This feature focuses not only on a business environment setting but also in personal life. There’s also a voicemail to email functions that will enable all employees to access voicemail messages conveniently via conventional emailing.
The rapid adoption of Voice over Internet Protocol has resulted in the development of business mobility through the increasing trend of all employees doing business not only in the office but also in the outside of office environment.
This cordless technology offers a dominant form of communication — adding accessibility at all sorts. However, one thing that comes to mind is the effect of this technology when businesses (big or small) started adopting this kind of services? How will telecommunication companies provide a more reliable and faster connection to sustain the access of this so-called Voice over Internet Protocol? What is the big next step to this type of connection?
I’ll 100% stay tuned for more innovations.