Virtual Office Featured Articles
- Cloud-Based Phone Systems Allow Companies to Pursue Benefits of a Virtual Office
Over a period of several years, there are few businesses that remain the same. They may add personnel or reduce headcount. They may open satellite offices or add a sales team. They might encourage employees to work from home, setting up a kind of virtual office. They might even have a need for a robust disaster recovery strategy, particularly if the company is located in a storm-prone area.
- Fourteen IP's World Tour Takes Evolution Service Worldwide
Recently, Fourteen IP opened up a new office in Orlando, Florida, geared toward providing sales operations as well as support for the Evolution line of communications services. From cloud-based telephony to Wi-Fi and network support, the Evolution line covers a lot of ground in its field. It's now about to cover a lot of ground geographically too, as the Florida office joins the United Kingdom and Czech Republic offices for a widening world tour.
- CloudPBX Service Expands Reach
Hong Kong-based Cloud Solutions, a provider of managed cloud hosted VoIP PBX solution, is expanding service to Tokyo, Jakarta and Sydney.
- Goodbye Polycom, Hello True Communications Collaboration
Polycom is a hot commodity - so hot that Mitel is working to acquire the business communications company for $2 billion. While this move is likely to give interesting competition to Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya, it can also mean great things for those wanting personalization in the virtual office.
- Nimblevox Cloud-Based Solution SMS Campaign Ready
NewNet announces the addition of a new SMS feature to the Nimblevox Cloud-based IVR solution.
Virtual Office Industry News
Phone.com Transforms Small Businesses Using VoIP and the Cloud: TMC podcast with Joel Maloff, vice president of Channel Development at Phone.com, about how to transform SMBs using VoIP and the cloud.
Changing the User Experience with HD Voice: There's lots of buzz about high definition voice, but what does it all really mean? TMCnet spoke with Alon Cohen, chief technology officer for Phone.com, a hosted IP-PBX and virtual office provider, about HD Voice and how and why it enhances the user experience. The podcast also features two examples showcasing the audio quality difference when using HD voice.
"I like that my pet sitters can call a client from the business number through their mobile phones."
"We don't have a physical office. Phone.com makes it easy for our company to have one number no matter where in the world we happen to be."
"Ability to have a unified phone system despite all employees working from separate home offices. Call handling rules allow each of us to always be reachable."