VoIP Made Easy

Voice Over Internal Protocol, or VoIP as it is more commonly known, uses the internet to make and receive telephone calls so you can say goodbye to expensive telephone bills. As the internet can carry videos, images, text it makes for a much more cost effective alternative to traditional calls and lines. . The benefits of hosted solutions include:

How do I get VoIP into my business?

There are various pieces of kit needed to get VoIP into your business, such as a smart phone, laptops, tablets and desk phones However there are only 2 solutions: Cloud based and Office Based Cloud based VoIP involves paying a monthly fee for the service, a bit like renting, and all the technical bits will be left to the people …

Business Broadband Made Easy

Many people who work from a home office or own a small business often question the benefits of choosing a business broadband when a domestic service seems like it would do the trick and a lower price. Yet there are many reasons why a domestic broadband package is unlikely to provide your business with its internet needs. For a start, …

What Broadband does my business need?

When it comes to broadband, there are several options and which one you choose has to meet the needs of your business. Below is round up of the broadband options available to you and indicators of the type which would work in your business. The connection is secure, with a download speed of 17Mpbs and upload speed of 1.7Mpbs and …

Out With The Old, In With The New

Traditional phone lines are set to be discontinued sooner than you would imagine. Have you considered how your business will make calls when this happens. Could it be time to switch? As technology advances, there isn’t much we don’t do on a mobile device or computer. All of these devices work via an internet connection, so if you think about …

5 reasons to switch to Leased Lines

Leased lines use Ethernet connectivity to deliver ultrafast internet connections at speeds up to 1Gbps. This is possible because the line is uncontended, so your business receives the entire bandwidth of the connection. As your business evolves, the use of bandwidth-hungry apps, conference calls and a growing number of employees puts a strain on your regular broadband. In this day …