VoIP gets a bad rap. Why? Primarily because VoIP providers fail to teach businesses how to use it correctly. So let's set the record straight. We'll start with the basics and work our way through a few VoIP myths as well as realistic expectations of VoIP providers. (Note: You probably aren't expecting enough.)
VoIP is a game-changer for the healthcare industry’s communication landscape, allowing for quicker, more reliable communication. It also brings a multitude of HIPAA concerns that can be confusing for healthcare professionals to navigate.
“VoIP is a wonderful tool until it’s not set up correctly and costs a company thousands in HIPAA fines,” says Robbie Morris, a C Spire risk and compliance expert.
Sure, VoIP has been around for years. But, unfortunately, it is still widely misunderstood. Many business leaders are either confused, intimidated or misinformed about hosted VoIP's capabilities. Let's take a few minutes to debunk three popular myths that might be preventing you from making the switch to VoIP.
Want the power of VoIP while on the go? Unified communications, also commonly called softphones, are apps that allow you to take your VoIP phone system anywhere you want, no matter the situation – from working at home during a pandemic to touring colleges with your teen or traveling for business.
No one wants to make a call for help when they can quickly get results with a self-service portal. In the IT world, a do-it-yourself account management portal allows you to quickly add services or products, make bill payments, submit and track support tickets and check your billing history. All without leaving your desk.
If you’re in the market for an IT provider, a self-service portal should be at the top of you must-haves list.
Great business partners are committed, passionate and smart team players. They challenge you to think beyond the norm and inspire you to reach new goals. Unfortunately, the wrong partnerships can become tedious, leading you down paths that cause confusion and missteps. The bottom line: Your relationships can mean the difference between business success and failure.
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