Although cloud communication services have been around for a few years, it’s only now that companies are really warming up to the concept of cloud capabilities. Over 40% of companies are making the shift to cloud services in Australia and the impetus hasn’t been stronger than the global health crisis we’re experiencing.
If you are planning on upgrading your business communication system at this time, when you have to be six feet away from each other, you may be mulling over the benefits of hosted communication services.
So COVID-19 has changed everything we think we know about the world, especially about business. In this void, VoIP solutions for businesses are emerging as unlikely saviours - as the cliché goes, perhaps not the hero we wanted, but needed.
VoIP-hosted communications have become the future of communication with more organisations starting to work remotely. COVID-19 has accelerated this trend, with certain companies like Twitter even announcing that its teams will be allowed to work remotely indefinitely.
VoIP is a widely-embraced form of communication technology with everyone from consumers to enterprises looking to make the switch from PSTN - AKA traditional phone lines. VoIP cloud computing communication is reliable in terms of service delivery and is by far one of the most convenient options around.