3 Ways to Maximize Your Internet At Work

In today’s age of technology, the Internet is everything. We rarely go a day without it for personal use, let alone business use. However, some companies have yet to maximize its full potential, with Hosted VoIP, video conferences via Skype, and FTP sites being just a few of the most commonly missed uses.

Phone Calls Using VoIP
VoIP phone services are slowly replacing traditional phone systems as more and more businesses begin to recognize the added, money-saving benefits. Hosted VoIP not only saves your business money but offers many added features fit for a professional business, including a more efficient system configuration & management, call answering & call routing, conferencing, a higher quality user experience, and more. (Did we mention it can save your business money?) VoIP uses your current internet to make phone calls, so a modem is all you will need to get great phone service without the hazard of phone lines running up and down your office walls and floors.

VoIPOnline Faxing
Just as VoIP allows business to save time and money by making calls using their internet connection, more and more companies are switching to internet fax services, too. Fax over internet gives all the benefits of faxing without buying a fax machine which helps your business save money and you never have to worry about a faulty fax machine.

FTP Sites
Nowadays, paper is hardly necessary in the workplace. With FTP sites, which are password-protected temporary storage sites where you can share and access files with others, you never have to worry about a file being too large to be sent via email. Files are now easily shareable with whomever you choose to share them with. Download within minutes and share files with anyone in the world rather than using snail mail or FedEx.

Are you getting the most out of your Internet? These money-saving solutions are ideal for businesses looking to save an extra buck while receiving even more benefits and adding an air of professionalism.

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