At this point, many business owners have heard of SIP trunking; however, they may not fully understand what the technology entails. That means they may not know if their business can benefit from it.
We’ve discussed in a few of our recent posts about technical pitfalls that you should look out for while running your VoIP business. We went over the steps you should take to better prepare yourself when dealing with technical pitfalls and the tactical approaches to actually correcting them. Sounds pretty cut and dry doesn’t it?
That may seem like the case, however, left undealt with these technical pitfalls could result in a loss of customers or even worse, security threats.
In this post we’ll discuss tips for securing your network to protect you against having compromised systems, fraudulent activity, or DDoS attacks.
Last week we brought you the first half of our "Top 10 Technical Pitfalls When Running a VoIP Business". A week later here we are with the second half of the story. In this post we'll continue to discuss what you should keep an eye on within your VoIP business. We'll include methods of how to be on top of your VoIP services, ensuring you catch any mishaps before they happen, and ensuring your wholesale provider is top-notch. Preventing any disasters from wreaking havoc on you and more importantly, your customers.
So sit back, sip on that fresh cup you just brewed and educate yourself!
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We all know that businesses never run as smoothly as we’d like them to. We try relentlessly to keep our business(es) running like a well-oiled machine. Unfortunately, every now and again there are certain components of that machine that can occasionally break and need some repair. As you grow your business you should begin to treat it as you would with that sporty two-door Benz parked in your garage. Bring it in for an inspection and catch any issues that may arise beforehand that could prevent a potentially catastrophic risk, break-down, or accident later.
When starting your own VoIP business, it’s always important to survey the hazardous landscape. Little do most know, it would be relatively easy to avoid the traps that so many of us have fallen into. Thankfully we’ve taken it upon ourselves to equip you with the knowledge you need to avoid these problems. In this post we’ll cover the top 10 technical pitfalls that you should be aware before your VoIP journey begins.
At the consumer-level, jailbreaking— the process of gaining root access to a mobile device’s core operating system—offers some unique benefits. For example, users can strip their device of its original manufacturer restrictions in order to install third-party applications that may be unavailable in the app store.
In today’s advanced, digital world, cyber security has become a top-of-mind concern for business leaders across virtually every industry. It’s understandable why; due to the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT)—industry pundits predict that the IoT will consist of over 34 billion connected devices by 2020—the number of cyber security threats are greater than ever, and they’re only growing more innovative in nature.
For end-users, transitioning a phone number between providers can be stressful or inconvenient at most. For telecom resellers, however, it can make the difference between securing a strong bottom line and reaching the end of the line. For resellers, striking a balance between efficiency and cost-effectiveness is key for ensuring long-term profitability. Processes like number porting, in which a customer’s fixed or mobile number is reassigned to a new provider, can have a dramatic effect on finances if handled incorrectly.
There are some things in life that prove old-school is cool. You can’t go wrong, for example, with a classic arcade game (Space Shooter, anyone?). On the other hand, however, there are things that are meant to adapt to and enhance with the times. Number porting—the process of reassigning a customer’s fixed or mobile number to a new carrier—is one of those things.
Number porting—the process of reassigning a customer’s fixed or mobile number—remains a fundamental offering among service providers today. After all, we live in an age where customers are quicker than ever to switch carriers due to a number of reasons, from cost to network quality to the specifics of service packages. Customers have every right to switch providers without fear of losing their phone number; however, porting continues to be unnecessarily challenging in many ways (just consider this open letter written in 2012 by a Frontier employee).