Unlike traditional PRI circuits utilized by many PBX systems, sip trunks don’t have to be bought in batches of up to 23 lines. Users simply pay $200 to $500 for the sip trunk as a monthly service fee and in return get unlimited lines - the utmost flexibility of adding lines or scaling back, as [...]
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It’s okay to admit it. You’ve got more than enough to do. Running your own business involves juggling responsibilities like flaming torches- one wrong move, and you’re on fire.
Why not make it easier on yourself with a hosted PBX system? It’s really an ideal way to save money, since you’ll no longer be responsible for [...]
If you’ve got a web business, any time it’s offline, money is being flushed right down the drain.
You can’t run a successful website if it’s not accessible. When your website’s out of commission, your business is out of commission. Each second down means more customers who can’t find you- customers that will potentially go right [...]
Owners of Los Angeles (LA) web businesses know that downtime is the equivalent of throwing money away. That’s why in order to keep their sites running smoothly, many web businesses and informational websites alike choose to host their sites via Los Angeles (LA) collocation. From a good physical site provider, collocation can save businesses money [...]
To lower their overhead, many Los Angeles (LA) businesses are turning to VOIP as an inexpensive way to place and receive phone calls. But when it comes to implementing VOIP, some methods are more cost effective than others. For many smaller- to mid-sized companies, sip trunks offer a low-cost way to implement and maintain VOIP, [...]
Over the last 15 years in Los Angeles (LA), hosted PBX systems have become more and more common as businesses begin to realize the benefits of not hosting their own telephone equipment. With expensive PRIs or analog circuits, private branch exchange equipment hosted in-house require investments and expertise in hardware, along with someone to administer [...]
When it comes to Los Angeles (LA) business VOIP, the way businesses access the internet can make or break voice quality. In a word, while many ISPs market T1 and T3 lines that are supposed to be ideal for VOIP use, many of those are glorified DSLs, which do not have the qualities necessary to [...]
Many people ask about the differences between Wi-Fi (802.11) and WiMAX (802.16), and why WiMAX is a faster, more reliable way to access the internet. Though they can both be used to provide service over long distances WiMAX is distinctly better than Wi-Fi in that WiMAX protocols are designed for long distances (generally up to [...]
When you’re stuck in Los Angeles traffic in the middle of rush hour, you have to wonder, what good is having all this highway when you’re stalled to a crawl?
When it comes to wireless broadband, Los Angeles has all the options. But when it’s Internet highways get clogged with congestion, traffic slows to a standstill. [...]
High speed is relative. You may have an Internet connection that’s faster than Superman at midnight, but sluggish than a snail during prime time when you are checking your email or downloading the latest blockbuster.
It’s frustrating. An Internet company might promise you all the bandwidth in the world, but then doesn’t explain that you’ll have [...]