Embark on a festive journey with our 12 articles – one for each day of Christmas – exploring the dynamic realms of VoIP and the telecommunications sector. From unveiling the trends shaping the industry to enhancing professional communication skills and delving into the future of sustainable communications, each article offers a unique perspective on the evolution and impact of telecommunications.

BYOD VoIP, or “Bring Your Own Device Voice over Internet Protocol,” lets employees use personal devices like smartphones, tablets, or laptops for business calls through VoIP. This approach enhances flexibility, productivity, and cost savings, but it also poses challenges like security risks, device compatibility, and privacy concerns. Implementing BYOD VoIP effectively requires clear policies, network readiness, robust security measures, and employee training.

As VoIP technology becomes more broadly adopted, the number of VoIP providers on the market continues to grow, each with their own unique set of services. The stakes are high when it comes to your phone system, and a misstep may have a detrimental influence on your reputation and business operations. After all, you require a phone system that is trustworthy, has the functionality you need, and can scale with your business – all at a competitive price. Switching to a different voice carrier may be a challenging exercise, and it would be a waste of your time and money to switch to a VoIP service that does not match your needs. To make migrating to a new VoIP service easier, here is a list of the top 10 questions to ask your prospective VoIP provider. What features and tools does the company offer? The majority of providers give a…

New technologies, especially in wireless communications, is helping increase VoIP services. As smartphones, laptops and tablets are being more available worldwide, VoIP services are also growing and the competition between different providers is leading to a constant update in their offers. The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy that is spreading in companies is another key factor in this demand on VoIP. Devices like phablets (a mix between smartphones and tablets like the Galaxy S9+) are replacing computers on many aspects. The PMR (Persistence Market Research) expect the market to grow up to US$ 194.5 Billion in the next seven years. Most of this increase will be from long distance VoIP calls that could represent US$ 120 Billion in revenue.