KT Connections Blog

KT Connections has been serving the Rapid City area since 1997, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Voice over Internet Protocol Is a Cost-Effective Telephone Solution for Almost Any Business

Voice over Internet Protocol Is a Cost-Effective Telephone Solution for Almost Any Business

Running a business isn’t getting any cheaper--in fact, it’s only getting more expensive. This drives businesses to save as much as possible on operations and business-critical applications. One of the best ways to cut out unnecessary costs is to implement software solutions that spread-out costs over a span of time. You too can take advantage of the cloud to gain access to critical communication solutions.

One of the most important parts of communication is a phone solution, and that’s where Voice over Internet Protocol comes into play. VoIP can help you reduce the costs of communications for your organization in many ways, including hardware costs, fee structures, and mobility.

Hardware Costs
Hosted VoIP can be a great way to take full advantage of your phone solution without all of the troubles associated with it. Telephone lines can be a pain to install during the implementation process, but more than this, it can be expensive. You can use your business’s Internet connection to bypass all of this work, adding new users on demand without running new wires or rearranging your office.

A hosted VoIP system also takes advantage of completely removing the PBX hardware required by most traditional telephone providers. In fact, the PBX system itself can cost as much as several thousand dollars per user. Even a small PBX rollout could become a considerable investment compared to the rather modest expense of a hosted VoIP solution.

Fee Structures
The largest expense for a telephone system is how many minutes are spent while communicating. Consider how much cost your business accumulates in long distance calling every month. Even though most of your calls will be made to local organizations, it’s likely that any long distance minutes accumulated will be a major expense. Just think--if you got rid of this, you would be able to actually make some headway in reducing the overall costs of your telephone system. Hosted VoIP offers a way to accomplish this.

On the other hand, your Internet service is pr actically mandatory to keep business running, and it doesn’t cost all that much compared to traditional telephone services. You can just purchase the service speed that you need and eliminate unnecessary costs. VoIP service rates are also quite competitive compared to traditional telephony. Add in the value of having someone else manage and maintain the system, as well as a monthly payment per user, and you have a spectacular addition that offers your organization scalability and flexibility.

Perhaps the most important part of VoIP is the ability to add mobility to your phone system. Traditionally, your landline is unable to move from desk-to-desk without considerable trouble. On the other hand, VoIP offers mobile applications that you can find in the Android and Apple app stores. These mobile solutions allow your employees to pick and choose how they stay in touch with the office. These applications can also be run over Wi-Fi, and can take advantage of a virtual private network (VPN) so that they can be as useful as possible for saving your organization capital.

If you are itching to try out a new mobile solution, we recommend considering VoIP. To learn more, reach out to KT Connections at 605-341-3873.



No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Tuesday, 23 January 2018
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

Captcha Image

Mobile? Grab this Article!

Qr Code

Tag Cloud

Tip of the Week Security Best Practices Privacy hackers Technology Email malware Network Security Cloud Internet Business Computing Google software User Tips Business Efficiency Ransomware Backup Data Small Business Mobile Device Management IT Support IT Support Microsoft Computer Android Mobile Devices Phishing Smartphone Windows Hosted Solutions VoIP Managed IT Services Productivity Gmail Network cybersecurity Money Facebook Hardware communications Windows 10 Data Management Internet of Things Microsoft Office Data Security IT Management Cloud Computing Operating System Business Continuity Alert Artificial Intelligence Bandwidth Outsourced IT Nextiva End of Support data breach vulnerability Apple Business Management Unified Communications Managed IT Services Social Media Robot Smartphones Outlook Office 365 BDR Passwords Communication Cost Management Data storage Antivirus Encryption Upgrade IT Services Update Hard Drive security cameras Networking Disaster Recovery Hacking security solutions Drones South Dakota Big Data The Internet of Things Social Engineering History Apps Firewall BYOD Productivity Gadgets Scam Collaboration Lunch and Learn IoT Bitcoin Data Recovery Innovation WiFi Law Enforcement Remote Monitoring YouTube Best Practice Customer Service Data Backup Politics Digital Search IBM Access Control App Automation Google Maps Patch Management vulnerabilities Spam Windows 10 Information Security Start Menu botnet Browser Analytics Project Management Google Wallet Save Money Google Docs News Document Management Events SaaS Legal Saving Money Data Protection Information Technology Cryptocurrency Word Event Marketing Server Local Buzz Holiday Communications Vendors Displays Worker eWaste Rebrand Business Technology Printing Unified Threat Management password manager LastPass Time Management Cloud Backup File Sharing Fake News How To Attorneys Workplace Tips Rapid City Phone System Community Involvement Proactive IT Web Servers Computing Infrastructure Applications Disaster Fast food Social Downloads user confidence Unified Threat Management face Bluetooth Quick Tips Virtual Machines Local Technology IoT Devices Workers Microsoft Excel Physical Security Managed Services Office Tips Hardware as a Service Download Music Internet 101 Tips and Tricks Education Sales Tax Google Calendar Experience surveillance cameras Safety Risk Creep Samsung Content Filtering Cortana HaaS healthcare Writing Internet Connected Devices Knowledge Government Business Communications LastPass Sports Business Comunications Trend Micro IT for Oil Companies Laptop Tablets Wireless Technology Blockchain Managed IT VPN AtomBombing communication device Press Release Vendor Mangement tool Black Market Distributed Denial of Service LiFi Tech Terms Virtual Reality Mobility Comparison Touchscreen Google Play Store Risk Management Business Cards Tablet Society Excel Streaming Media business owner appointment Business Mangement Retail Visible Light Communication Specifications Websites Memory Penetration Testing Kaseya SOX Windows 8 Tip of the week Windows XP communication solutions Access Business Growth Webcam Website Television botnet attack Virtualization Compliance Software as a Service camera identity theft Phishing Scams Network Congestion Kaseya Connect Spyware Microsoft Bookings Deep Learning Cybercrime Sarbanes-Oxley Act Tech Support Virtual Assistant Computer Care Redundancy Audit Budget Dell ’s Sonicwall Global Management System Google Drive Remote Computing Microsoft Office 365 Advertising Email Security Mouse Virus macbook media experience IT Consultation Conference booking process Office End User Testing Running Cable Printer Mobile Device Hack Chamber of Commerce Virtual Desktop Maintenance Password Telephony Microsoft Office 365 features Uninterrupted Power Supply SharePoint DDoS attacks Law IT information IT Assessment Cache Event Vendor Management Cabling Hard Drive Disposal Managed Service Provider Fortinet Solid State Drive VoIP IT Security Lawyers DDoS Flash IT Strategy Mixer Monitors email scam Emergency security precautions enterprise productivity software Business Security Hosted Solution Corporate Profile Cleaning Freedom of Information IT Solutions Settings Administration Programming security solution Text Messaging Notifications PDF Paperless Office Computing CrashOverride Business Metrics end-of-support date holiday season Rental Service Language Chromebook UTM Flexibility holidays CCTV Miscellaneous Users Threat management Reliable Computing IT service scammers Web Server Twitter Meetings Scalability scams Telephone Systems Ordinary Computers G Suite Emails Travel Health Processors Computer Malfunction Tracking Employer-Employee Relationship Banking quantum computers Protection Sync Messenger Private Cloud Microchip 3D Printing Supercomputer In Internet of Things Books Marketing Motion Sickness IT Consultant network security professionals Downtime Reading Work/Life Balance Machine Learning Hiring/Firing Training Playbook Bring Your Own Device Piracy Administrator Relocation Wi-Fi Hacker collaboration capabilities Employer Employee Relationship Digital Payment breach methods Phone Systen Software License base infrastructure Hacks Documents Public Cloud Automobile Taxes