Cloud hosted phone systems in New Jersey offer major advantages over both landlines and conventional in-house VoIP. These include a complete absence of ongoing service requirements and expenses, endless scalability without a large investment in new hardware, and expanding opportunities for meaningful integration with email, videoconferencing and Internet apps — which, in turn, make your team more productive.
You’ll also enjoy the freedom to use your office phone number from anywhere. Because the data is transmitted electronically rather than over a physical phone line, your team members never have to use their home phones or a separate business phone to communicate with clients on the road.
A Cloud-based VoIP phone system requires a broadband Internet connection. The more users, the greater the bandwidth capacity needed.
If you elect to use a hosted VoIP service, verify that your current phones have the capability to communicate over VoIP, or else upgrade to VoIP-compatible Cloud-based phones. Generally, the more “VoIP-ready” your existing network infrastructure is, the easier and less expensive the cloud Hosted phone system implementation is.
The best way to understand how cloud hosted telephones work is to compare them to other VoIP models, which are classified in one of two ways:
When it comes to a cloud hosted VoIP, the entire infrastructure is virtual and maintained in the cloud. And businesses can use any VoIP-enabled phone system. Adding more numbers is easy and instantaneous, and there’s no ongoing expense of maintaining a physical server.
[We were able] to procure $60,000.00 in telephone and routing equipment with no upfront capital expense. The result is a design that offers us bulletproof redundancy for voice and data communications with low maintenance by our support staff. All this and we saved money over our previous provider.
To say that we are extraordinarily satisfied with the hardware, installation, and setup would be a major understatement.