Make business VoIP calls (and so much more) with a cloud-based phone system.
In Australia as the old copper network gets replaced with fibre we are now using the internet to make phone calls. The technical term for this is IP Communications, or what you might heard of before is ‘VoIP’ (Voice over Internet Protocol).
Anyone can make a make VoIP call and you don’t need a whole system to do that, just an internet connection and a nifty app like Skype or WhatsApp.
So, this technology is amazing for individuals, but businesses need multiple phone lines, extra call features and not all IP connections are made equally—things like security and reliability really set different systems apart.
Cloud-based phone systems connect VoIP with PBX infrastructure. PBX stands for “Private Branch Exchange” and these systems allow, redirect, send and make sure call traffic is managed seamlessly. Vonex’s cloud-based phone system is called ONdesk—it is an advanced solution for your business phone needs that enables VoIP calls, as well as a range of other features. It streamlines and manages all your business’ mobile and landline calls using a secure internet platform that’s reliable, scalable and tailored to your communications needs.
The NBN is only the start and will be a key enabler for Cloud based services, opening up a range of opportunities Australian businesses previously didn't have access to.
If you'd like to know more about how to transition your Telco needs to the cloud, drop us a line or call us on 1800 828 668.
Multiple users, HD video streaming, managing a business with a heavy online presence, on-line back up and hosted PBX cloud based services.
Multiple users, HD video streaming, video conferencing, on-line backup, heavy Internet use and hosted PBX cloud based services.
Multiple users, HD video streaming, video conferencing, file sharing, heavy use of Internet and hosted PBX cloud based services.
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