VoIP Phone Systems continue to Rise in Businesses, Schools
This modern day system decreases costs, increases communication and improves security.
The year was 1989, an exciting time for technology.
The release of the 486 series of Intel microprocessor opened the door for much more powerful PC’s to be made. Microsoft released Spreadsheet and Word Processor, applications that are still highly regarded in today’s business world. A Swiss software engineer made a proposal that led to the creation of the World Wide Web.
And in the midst of this technology upheaval, an Israeli businessman birthed a brilliant idea.
Employees take a Vote
Business employees took a vote on which VoIP features are their favorite.
- Find Me/Follow Me, a VoIP feature that improves productivity for small businesses (77%), conference calling (65%), mobile access to IP PBX features (58%).
- 67% of employees believe the top business task improved by VoIP is handling phone calls, managing messages (63%), remote work (57%).
Schools find Benefits using VoIP Systems
We all know the nostalgic sound of the school bell.
That alarming sound coming from above as we’d walk merrily to our next class. In fact, we’re sure you can almost hear it now as you think back to those school yard days.
It seems that was a much simpler time, back when a school bell’s purpose was to alert us that our next class was about to begin.
But today, we’re finding that administrators need to alert teachers, students and staff for reasons that are much more important than the chance of being tardy.
What used to be a safe haven for learning has now become a terror zone for students and staff alike.
And it’s happening more and more each year. Yes, we’re talking about school shootings.