The Tech You Have to Keep Your Phone System on the NBN Network
Small Business Telephone Systems and Hosted PBX News
There can be several benefits of hosted PBX for your business. learn all about the different hosted PBX advantages. We’re living in a time when 65% of customers still prefer to contact a business by phone. Thus, not giving your business’ phone system the attention it deserves would be a mistake. And while there is a variety of phone systems out there, nothing can give a small business the phone edge it deserves more than a hosted PBX system. If you are wondering what exactly a PBX phone system is, and what are the hosted PBX advantages it can offer your organisation, keep on reading.
On the NBN Co website you will find a fact sheet on "the most important things you need to know" about business grade data services provided over the NBN.
Few businesses today could survive very long without Internet access and even fewer without a telephone service.
Hacking in some form has been around for a long time, even before the internet. Due to the length of time it has been around, there have also been many security measures developed to protect systems from being hacked.
As a small to medium business you may not think anyone would try to hack into your system but the truth is, small to medium business is being targeted as appropriate security measures may not be in place. It may be a cost consideration or simply a lack of knowledge but you need to seriously think about the security you have in place.
You have probably used VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) but not know much about it or maybe you don’t even know you have used it, perhaps something like Skype. Put simply, voice is transmitted across the internet as data.
Have you ever thought it would be great to add a call centre to your business offering but thought it was financially out of reach?
With the NBN being installed around Australia you may not be excited at the prospect of a more reliable, higher quality broadband because you just can’t see how you can take advantage of it.
“So you want a VoIP Service?” is the title of a booklet published by the Communications Alliance Ltd. It makes good sense to read this booklet if you are considering moving from your traditional PSTN telephone setup to one which uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), whether it will be in-house or as a hosted PBX.
Workers today are not like the workers of years gone by – clocking in to work in the morning, spending their day with the company and clocking off at the end of the day to head home and doing it day after day.
No lengthy contract to sign and no phone rental. That’s simple!
Technology today has some new buzz words – Unified Communications (UC) and collaboration among them. These two can go very effectively hand-in-hand.
As a small to medium business, in particular, keeping costs down is a constant exercise. Communications costs and travel costs no doubt feature for any business wanting to reduce their costs.
NBN will be outside your door soon but you don’t think you can have VoIP and a hosted PBX because you have recently upgraded your entire PSTN system or maybe because you think it is going to be expensive to switch to new technology.
August marked another milestone in Australia’s deployment of the National Broadband Network as almost 30,000 homes and businesses in the areas of Cairns, Coffs Harbour, Wollongong, Western Sydney, Ballarat, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Perth, Mandurah and Geraldton were switched on.
As the National Broadband Network lights up across Australia business centres outside of CBDs are set to reap the benefits of productivity and connectivity.
The transition to the NBN for small business should be simple but it has come pre-loaded with misconceptions and myths about the technology switch.
Switching from your legacy phone system can really be an easy decision unless you have just spent a lot of money acquiring it. It is easy because of compelling reasons to change.
Over five million adult Australians are now using a regular voice over internet protocol (VoIP) service. The internet based service has finally come of age and its growth since 2009 has been charted in the latest research report from ACMA, “the evolution of VoIP in Australia.”