Last year, Alan Masarek made news as he left Google to become Vonage’s new CEO.
VoIP is the newest way for your business to communicate and send and receive messages. Transmitting over the Internet allows you to share data at greater speeds for lowers costs, and will keep your business progressing with the latest software and apps available. This technology can be used on any device with a strong Internet connection, including desktop computers, mobile devices, and tablets. And, features of VoIP software and applications are becoming more impressive than ever, many of which are offered at extremely low cost. Here are 5 new VoIP features that could be saving you time and money.
Though most phone systems connect over standard mobile networks, many phone calls are now taking place over the Internet. In fact, 24% of American adult Internet users (19% of all American adults) have placed phone calls online in 2011, according to Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project.
The days of choppy or difficult Internet communication are over, as most calling applications provide high-quality connection and clarity.
Forwarding and Voicemail Features
The majority of VoIP applications have features that allow you to direct calls and handle your voicemails with ease. VoIP allows you to integrate all of the functions of your traditional phone with the progressive tools available online. Some of the best features include:
If your business is connected through mobile devices, utilizing VoIP free texting can be a great way to check in with coworkers or clients while on the go. Texting, or messaging, can also be used on desktop computers, and most services provide their software for free.
Video conferencing is a feature that can help your business form more personal relationships. It is a great tool for viewing presentations and holding conferences where you are able to speak to individuals face-to-face.
New VoIP applications aren’t just getting fancier, they are becoming more secure. You can download software and applications that help to keep your online communications private.
Using VoIP can help your business stay in contact in a way that is the most affordable while keep lines of communication open at all times. As long as you have access to a strong and reliable network, sharing information over the Internet is easier than ever using these valuable new features.
Kate Webster writes for lead generation resource, ResourceNation.com. She focuses on a variety of topics including business phone systems. Follow Resource Nation on Facebook and Twitter, too!