Evolv Networks offers VOIP failover services with almost no disruption to either the business or clients when the electricity or fibre is down, says Gerhard Conradie, MD of Evolv Networks.
Companies may think they know about voice over Internet Protocol, but do they really?
Wanatel is seeing growing VOIP uptake in SA for a number of reasons, primarily because it delivers more features and flexibility than traditional systems, says Wanatel MD Walter Madzonga.
It is not necessarily cheap, but offers agility, creates flexibility, and encourages evolution with one incoming line becoming ten in a matter of minutes, says Walter Madzonga, GM of Wanatel Africa.
With line rentals, mobile costs and fixed-line costs increasing, companies would be amiss not to entertain transferring to VOIP, says Dominic Sardinha, owner of Abacus Telecomm.?
One of the most important ways in which VOIP is safer, is how it will keep prying ears away from potentially private business conversations, says Mitchell Barker, CEO of WhichVoIP.co.za.
Rob Lith, director, Connection Telecom, says VOIP has changed telecommunications in dramatic and irreversible ways.
MWEB Talk Business takes account of where the business is in its VOIP life cycle, says Hennie van Tonder, head of products at MWEB Business.
Voice over Internet protocol is on the rise globally, but operators won't find the transition easy, says Rob Lith, director at Connection Telecom.
The most important component to a successful IP implementation is the connectivity, says Mitchell Barker, CEO of WhichVoIP.co.za.
Soon, half of all desk phones will be IP-based, says Rob Lith, business development director at Connection Telecom.
Mitchell Barker, CEO of WhichVoIP.co.za, explains the benefits and potential growth of VOIP in SA.