What a Transition to VoIP Means for Your Network Infrastructure [Video]

By: Bill Walter

I’ve seen many companies that rely on outdated, legacy phone systems that need significant improvement — that’s when VoIP comes into play.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a way to make voice calls on your desktop or phone using an internet connection instead of a traditional phone line.

There are some important factors to consider when looking into installing a VoIP system. In the video below, I interview Andrew Schwarz, vice president at Cabling Solutions, Inc. (CSI), about what companies should take into account when assessing a conversion to a VoIP system and the configuration, including:

  • What happens to your fax lines
  • What to think about before choosing a VoIP provider
  • Situations when customers don’t do their research when selecting a provider
  • Plugging into the Microsoft 365 environment and making Microsoft Teams a full phone system

Need Help?

Looking to take the next step towards implementing VoIP for your organization? Gross Mendelsohn’s networking team partners up with CSI take you through the process. We’re happy to meet with you for a free consultation. You can contact us online or call 410.685.5512 with any questions.

Published May 13, 2024

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