Zach from Comsource recently interviewed independent phone technician, TJ, to discuss the differences between a Cloud PBX and an On-Premise PBX, and which is best for small to medium Australian businesses.
For small to medium Australian businesses, VoIP and a Cloud PBX system provide access to useful phone features that were previously restricted by cost to larger organisations.
There are significant cost savings for businesses to switch their phone lines to Cloud Phones over the NBN ahead of time.
It’s important to know what the NBN means for your business phone lines, even if you haven’t yet made the switch.
Whether or not your business already has VoIP, it’s important to understand some of the key set up requirements.
What is it? 5G is the next evolution – fifth generation – in mobile networks, it will be much faster than previous ‘G’s, and half the hassle of NBN.
As the out-of-office (‘OOO’) emails start to hit your email during the school holiday season you might want to put some thought into the message itself.
Fax machines are a major security risk, but despite this it is estimated that there are 45 million fax machines still in use by businesses across the globe, especially popular in the medical sector.
Hate cables? Run your office phones on Wi-Fi not cables. Your desktop computers can work on wi-fi so why not your phones? Say goodbye to the expense and intrusion of Cat 5 cabling for desktop phones.