Virtual Office Featured Articles

  • VoIP Providers Must Continue to Educate Prospects on Benefits
    A recent report from Zion Research indicates that the global VoIP services market should remain strong for the next few years. In 2015, the market was valued at approximately $83 billion, and is expected to pass $140 billion by 2021, a CAGR of 9.1 percent. Both the high volume and the single-digit rate of growth indicate that VoIP is maturing as a technology, analogous to a spacecraft having a successful liftoff and achieving the needed altitude and velocity to go into orbit.
    7/28/2016
  • VoIP Providers Must Continue to Educate Prospects on Benefits
    A recent report from Zion Research indicates that the global VoIP services market should remain strong for the next few years. In 2015, the market was valued at approximately $83 billion, and is expected to pass $140 billion by 2021, a CAGR of 9.1 percent. Both the high volume and the single-digit rate of growth indicate that VoIP is maturing as a technology, analogous to a spacecraft having a successful liftoff and achieving the needed altitude and velocity to go into orbit.
    7/28/2016
  • Cloud9 Makes Communications Gateway Commercially Available
    Cloud9 develops its cloud-based communications software to help institutional traders who work at banks, side-sell firms, and brokerages reach their fellow employees and clients in a secure fashion. With a number of voice and collaboration services, users can take the Cloud9 software to any of their share trading endeavors.
    7/27/2016
  • Cloud-Based Leader Box Taps RingCentral
    Box, one of the pioneers of the cloud-based services movement, is drinking the Kool-Aid, implementing more cloud-based solutions within its own enterprise. Specifically, the company has tapped RingCentral to provide it with cloud-based business communications capabilities.
    7/21/2016
  • Dialpad Announces Death of the Desk Phone
    Dialpad develops its own communications software to support voice, video and messaging for employees that traverse the inside and outside of offices every day. It knows that the prevalence of the mobile employee is on the rise and that the death of the desk phone slowly approaches. It gained proof of those assertions in its latest research, "2016 Report on Business Communications in the Era of the Anywhere Worker."
    7/20/2016

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Featured Podcasts

Phone.com Transforms Small Businesses Using VoIP and the Cloud

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

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.

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