Great 5G news as the Autumn Budget is revealed to host plans for winning over the tech world with 20 billion being invested in the next 10 years in innovation. After the uncertainty of the UK leaving the European Union and criticism the government have received for their handling of this, it appears Hammond and the government plan on putting hefty sums of money into championingUK tech businesses.
Messaging and the mobility this brings us has been with us for some time, but mostly as a minor application that brings some convenience to our workflows, but not much more. Some technologies lose relevance when better technologies come along, especially if they don’t evolve and develop new use cases. To be fair, these new technologies aren’t necessarily better – CD audio is clearly inferior to analog high fidelity – they can also gain adoption because they enable a new or better user experience, such as portability for your music.
Mobile devices have hugely influenced Voice over IP (VoIP) and unified communications (UC) over the past few years. Mobile apps for VoIP in many cases drive the solution that works best for many businesses. With maturity comes tighter and more seamless integration, better security, ease of use, and the incredible convenience benefits of aligning with fast-moving mobile technology.
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a technology that has been around for some time, as mass market VoIP services were first launched in 2004. Basically, VoIP allows users to make and receive free voice calls over the Internet. More recently, providers have found increasingly innovative uses for VoIP technology that are helping businesses large and small to be more efficient, streamlining workflows and saving money simultaneously. Here are five innovative uses for VoIP that your business might be interested in:
The team at Countrywide Telecoms have been working hard to put together a list of the top 10 things you should ask before you take a VoIP solution.
The question What is VoIP? This is not an uncommon thing to ask so let us explain.