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Phone Systems

Why Invest in Remote System Maintenance for Your Telephone System?

The worst has officially happened: your business’s cloud-based phone system has broken down. Absolutely nothing can get done until you get it fixed. Your employees are standing around twiddling their thumbs and looking worried, while you frantically scour the web for the rare repairman that can come on such short notice. Small business phone systems aren’t easy to fix on your own, after all.

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How to Pick the Best Phone System for Your Needs

When you’ve made the decision to update your phone system, the true work begins. Not only must you find a helpful small business phone installation service, but you also must decide what kind of phones to get in the first place. And with all the options on the market today, this can quickly become overwhelming and time-consuming. What is a small business or startup owner, who is strapped for time in the first place, to do?

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How VoIP Telephone Systems Improve Your Organizational Processes

Efficiency is the core element in the growth and development of any business today. Business owners are constantly looking for ways to improve their organizational processes while doing everything faster and better.

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Is Your Company Relocating? Now is the Time for a Communication Upgrade

Your business is growing, and it’s time to relocate. It’s the perfect time to explore all the ways you can expand and improve your business telephone system. Central Telephone can give your communication network a complete overhaul while you’re in transition. Below are five reasons why relocation could be the best thing for your communication system. When you’re ready to take the leap to give us a call. We’re here to help you on every level.

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How VoIP Communication Systems Can Modernize Your Company

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. We also refer to it as digital or IP telephone technology. It allows you to communicate over the internet in the same way as a conventional telephone system. VoIP technology has grown at the same rate as the internet did back in the ’90s.

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How a Hybrid Phone System Can Help Your Business

As businesses move ever closer to cloud-based communication, employees are discovering the advantages of emerging technology. Hybrid phones are now being integrated into a broad spectrum of applications and workflow systems, as they help the entire staff operate more efficiently with clearer communication than ever before. Nearly 60% of companies nationwide are utilizing some form of cloud-based, multi-faceted phone network. It’s no longer the future technology. It’s happening now.

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Why You'll Never Go Back to Traditional Phone Systems Again

VoIP and Cloud-based business commercial systems signed to save you money, simplify your communication protocols, and reduce maintenance and IT costs. Beyond that, however, there are several reasons to upgrade your phone system right now.

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4 Ways To Upgrade Your Telephone System

Your current communication system could be costing you time and production, which ultimately leads to loss of revenue. Today’s modern communication systems offer a wide range of features while simplifying your communication network and saving you money in the process.

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How Switching to a VoIP System Can Help Your Business

Modern business and the technology that accompanies is growing and changing at an unprecedented rate. While growth is good, it can also present challenges in key business areas such as telephone communications, remote access, Wi-Fi network, P2P media and audio interface, and numerous telephone and messaging tools.

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A Guide to Low Voltage Cabling

Commercial facilities often contain complex wiring systems such as Network data, telephone and Wi-Fi access, HD video and audio systems, and computer networking systems. All of these components require a wiring network that is separate and apart from standard electrical wiring.

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