VoIP, voice over internet protocol, is taking over due to its cost savings incentives for businesses, advanced features, and of course, call quality. The telephone is an essential part of the communications toolkit in any business; it’s been used for over a century for a good reason. Implementing a VoIP system makes everyone in the office much happier due to its user friendly features and allowance of remote customer support. The flexibility and efficiency is all there. However, we use phones for their age old reasons; clear and audible phone calls. So what happens when your VoIP call becomes what it shouldn’t be? You know, static, jitter, maybe some echo? Before you call your service provider take a step back and bring the excitement (rage) down. Today we’re going to solve these pains and identify where these call quality issues could be stemming from.
There are times in life in which you want it all. You want to succeed, to be happy, maybe you just want a lot of cash. Far too often, we try to be the best at it all, stretch ourselves thin, and burn out. This is why it's important to set goals. Goals help to prioritize your time, gain sight on what's truly important, and ignore distractions.
If you hope to have a successful business, you must set company goals, motivate yourself and your team, and ignore the distractions that will dash your priorities.