Last updated 12 days ago
To learn more about the latest developments in business telecommunication technology, explore the following resources. If you would like to speak with an experienced provider of business VoIP and communications solutions, offering the most desirable virtual phone system features at affordable prices, call Virtual PBX at (888) 706-1879!
Last updated 14 days ago
The communications development and system engineering professionals at Virtual PBX are constantly working to improve our products and services and to enhance the experience of the business professionals who use them.
With the help of Virtual PBX Extension Manager, a free Android-powered smartphone app, controlling the phone extension settings that you use most can be even easier. Some of the perks of using this app include enabling and disabling follow-me calling, setting a phone as the default call-receiving phone, and accessing quick login and logout of your TrueACD queues.
If your business is not already using a Virtual PBX phone system and you are curious to learn more about our small business VoIP and phone system solutions, call (888) 706-1879!
Last updated 20 days ago
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is an ever-growing force in the business communication landscape. VoIP gives businesses cheap, easy ways of communicating with one another and with clients, has transformed the business meeting and the conference call, and has made it far easier for people to work from home or while on vacation. Still, many companies do not reap the maximum benefits afforded by VoIP technology because their virtual phone systems are not operating at their optimal levels. If you want to ensure that you are getting the best VoIP connection, follow the advice below.
Run Regular VoIP Tests
Business VoIP providers such as Virtual PBX offer quick, easy-to-run VoIP tests that measure the bandwidth, latency, jitter, and port status of a network. To ensure that your connection is always optimal, run a VoIP test once a week or whenever you suspect your system is underperforming.
Watch for Obvious Signs of Weak Connectivity
Static, buzzing, choppiness, and voice echo are all signs of a weak VoIP connection. If you experience any of these problems when communicating on a VoIP call, test your VoIP connection at your earliest convenience.
Upgrade to a Better Service Provider
A number of factors play a role in determining your optimal VoIP connectivity, including the technological infrastructure you are using and your location. A skilled business VoIP expert will work with whatever resources you have to help you get the most from VoIP technology. If your current VoIP and virtual phone service provider is not able to meet you business’ needs, switch to a provider who can.
For decades, Virtual PBX has provided small and medium-sized businesses with high-quality communications services. Our market reach covers all of North America, as well as many other parts of the world. To learn more about our VoIP solutions and small business phone systems, call (888) 706-1879!
Last updated 22 days ago
Private Branch eXchange (PBX) Systems have revolutionized the way business is carried out in offices around the world. The most defining feature of a PBX system is its ability to connect the phone lines used in the workplace with the public telephone grid. The rise of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology has led to a new form of Private Branch eXchange, referred to as Hosted PBX. To learn more about the differences between these two types of phone systems, continue reading below.
Whereas a standard PBX system could be classified as a product, hosted PBX is more of a service. Making use of the Public Service Telephone Network (PSTN) and the internet, an application service provider delivers PBX services to a company. One important implication of this arrangement is that businesses using hosted PBX services do not need to invest in much PBX software or hardware. Hosted PBX systems are ideal for small and medium-sized businesses that would like to utilize the latest and greatest telecommunications technology but may not have the operating budget to justify expensive infrastructure investment that will not be widely used.
Premise-based, or standard, PBX systems tend to cost considerably more than hosted PBX systems because they require large-scale investment. Large corporations that operate out of a single facility and have their own tech support teams sometimes prefer this option, but often at the expense of the latest PBX system technology.
The Solution for Your Business
If you work for a small or medium-sized business or have employees who telecommute to work every day, hosted PBX is almost certainly the better choice for you. If your company is larger, employing hundreds of people who all work in one physical location, an assessment of your virtual phone needs and preferences is necessary in order to make this decision.
Are you a business owner or representative who is looking to improve your company’s phone system? To learn more about the user-friendly, state-of-the-art hosted phone services supplied by Virtual PBX, call (888) 706-1879!
Last updated 26 days ago
The importance of having a user-friendly and efficient phone system installed in your workplace cannot be overemphasized. See how far the telephone industry has come over the years and bring your business up-to-date by calling Virtual PBX at (888) 706-1879. We offer a variety of phone solutions for small businesses and can help you determine what is best for yours.