Frustrated with a long commute? Forced in bed with the flu near deadline? Dress code forbid you from showing up to work in your favorite onesie? If you answered yes to one or all of these questions, working at home can be your answer to getting rid of some stress and the desire to send in reports in your favorite pajamas. This post will be your guide to using VoIP features to make the best out of your telecommuting experience.
Communicate with your team in the comfort of your living room. Enable this feature on your DIDs (Direct Inward Dialing Numbers) and secure it with a PIN to allow all your staff to connect to the same call for a conference meeting. Feel free to relax with some Netflix while on call, but try to keep the volume down. Unless your conference call involves a late night horror movie marathon.Email to Fax/Fax to Email
Along with cassette tapes and brick-sized cellphones, faxing may seem like an outdated trend. Surprisingly, this VoIP service can be very useful in forwarding physical documents to the work place from home by linking a supported fax number to an e-mail address of your choice. Send to-do lists, legal documents, printed media – anything you want from a fax machine, straight to a colleague's email, and vice versa.SMS (Simple Message Service)
In today’s world, we all have our cellphones constantly within reach. Sending texts, or an SMS (Short Message Service), is a quick and convenient way to send messages from to your co-workers. This DID add-on feature can be easily managed through the VoIP Innovations BackOffice, Titanium III, and it will surely help you stay connected with your fellow phone drones when working at home.
These DID features are sure to effectively help you stay in touch with your office and co-workers. Conference calls, E-mail to fax/Fax to e-mail, and SMS will keep you productive while working at home. So roll out of bed, get to work (shower optional), and leave those worries of co-workers stealing your lunch behind.