A Cloud PBX phone system, also known as a virtual phone system, is a communications tool that handles your business’ calls through VoIP.
As COVID-19 lockdown restrictions begin to relax, how will your workplace adapt in an uncertain world?
Don’t just forward all of your business calls to a mobile during COVID-19. Instead, mirror your office phone system at home with easy set up Softphones.
Moving your business or office location requires planning to maintain continuity with your phones, network and computers, and vendors and suppliers – and make the most of the move.
Previously only affordable by the ‘big end of town’, VoIP call recording is becoming available for any business with a Cloud PBX. Here are the top 6 ways to use call recording in small business, and also the legalities.
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.