It’s time to embrace a new enterprise communications model and ditch the old one. Here’s why, in the first of a multi-part series.
Let’s face facts: The PBX is obsolete. The time has come to move on to higher-function, lower-cost business communications.
For the past 50 years, the PABX was a way for companies to avoid costly telephone company facilities or optimize their use. It was proprietary; PBX phones connected only to each vendor’s branded system. Vendors rationalized that proprietary approach by claiming that it assured reliability and enabled them to deliver a rich set of voice communication features. That rationale is no longer valid. Continue reading →
If you want a phone system that’s housed inside your business, rather than in the cloud, you need to buy the technology to make it happen.
Businesses that need multiple lines and extensions can’t just plug their phones into a jack and start talking. Instead, they rely on private branch exchange (PBX) hardware to keep their phone services running. Continue reading →
Technology since its evolution has always been developing. It has provided various useful products to society through its ever rotating wheels. It won’t be an exaggeration, if it said that current era is almost entirely dependent upon this aspect. Consequently, the world is getting advanced day by day. Things have been completely transformed when compared with their earlier forms. More than a requirement it is now mandatory to move ahead with the latest available techniques to meet and tackle the on going challenges. Continue reading →