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VoIP Solutions For the Home and Small Office

Voice over IP (VoIP) uses a broadband Internet connection to transmit telephone communications. VoIP-connected users can call other VoIP users or those still hooked to traditional phone lines with no real discernible difference between the quality of audio or transmission compared to using a conventional telephone. In many cases, home phone customers simply use their original phones hooked to a modem that makes them compatible with the IP connection. Many modems can plug into one phone jack and literally hijack a home's internal telephone wiring, making every phone in the house available for use with VoIP. Large businesses are more likely to have their own custom-built VoIP infrastructures for unified communications. Hosted VoIP services are available for small to medium companies that don't want their own PBX. While not as fully customizable as an in-house hosted system, hosted business VoIP does offer many useful features and the monthly fees are still often lower than standard telephone service. Related : VoIP Phone System - Small Business PBX - VoIP PBX - Phone Lines - VoIP IP Telephony

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Hosted PBX. The better, simpler, more affordable business phone system.
The biggest problem with installing a traditional business phone system? That closet-full of equipment youll need to lease, install and maintain. With Vocalocity PBX, you wont need any of that equipment. And youll get a phone system thats advanced, reliable, flexible, simple, cost-effectiveand ready to go in about 15 minutes. You can be set up with Vocalocity Hosted PBX in minutes. How does Vocalocity Hosted PBX work? Vocalocity Hosted PBX is a total business phone service. It uses VOIP technologyin other words, your phone service is delivered over the internet.More ifno here: http://www.vocalocity.com/hosted-pbx/

VoIP Security Threats

Voice over IP (voip technology & voip internet phone) promises many benefits, but moving the phone service to a voip (voip phone) can expose that service to a number of serious threats. This 10 minute podcast looks at just some of these...