How similar are IP Centrex and hosted Unified Communications? Service providers that may be considering investing in hosted IP PBX solutions - or expanding what they already offer - would benefit from comparing the two hosted approaches on several key business and technology dimensions. Continue reading to learn about the comparisons.
Discover in this post how to evaluate the costs of maintaining your legacy phone service—in terms of CapEx and OpEx—and estimate the financial impact of hosted VoIP to determine if you should adopt. Additionally, access a hosted VoIP TCO tool to build your implementation business case.
Changing voice systems is not a trivial matter. Determine which is the right VoIP migration path your organization—cloud-based hosted VoIP or premises-based SIP trunking. Read on to learn when to consider SIP trunking over hosted VoIP (and vice versa) based on your long-term plans.
This white paper will help you to accurately compare traditional Centrex service to Hosted IP Centrex, it will also share critical information to help make your migration from Centrex to VoIP a success.
This paper summarizes in question and answer format the many critical factors pertaining to VoIP’s viability, regardless of which vendor’s IP-PBX system is deployed across the distributed enterprise.
This e-guide highlights the top 5 trends in enterprise IP telephony and how you can improve collaboration and reduce costs. Uncover what you can expect for the future of IP telephony, what SIP trunking really means and how to take full advantage of its benefits
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