Friday July 10, 2020

Comms in the cloud

Now that cloud enables Anything-as-a-Service, VoIP and full Unified Comms are logical choices

6th September, 2015
Barry Dillon, regional sales director for Ireland and the Nordics, Shoretel

One of the key characteristics of cloud computing is that when everything is digital and virtual it can be delivered anywhere, anytime as an online service. That is well understood, so for example even consumers understand Voice over Internet Protocol [VoIP] and the fact that it is rapidly becoming the universal de facto standard. So Telephony-as-a-Service is not hard to grasp: it just means the ‘PBX’ is now in the cloud.

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