Debunking Five Myths About Cloud-Based Phone Service

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Scalability is a limitation

Cloud-based phone service is vastly more scalable than on-site systems. There is no need to install a physical PBX box on company premises, meaning initial deployment is rapid and simple. Adding capacity as a business grows is similarly painless as cloud-based providers can activate additional lines remotely and within minutes, in contrast to needing an on-site service call to run more physical lines into an office. In addition, flexible device and software options mean that businesses can easily integrate new, remote or part-time staff into their communications ecosystems.

As you may be aware, the FCC is openly discussing the end of the traditional public phone network, meaning businesses have to contemplate if switching to a cloud-based communications system is the right decision. Today, cloud-based communications is becoming increasingly mainstream and businesses will benefit from adapting now, rather than scrambling to catch up later. 

Easy Office Phone (EOP), a leading North American provider of cloud-based business phone services, sees a growing shift to cloud, but addresses why companies may be reluctant to make the switch, which is often due to misconceptions. In this slideshow, EOP debunks five common myths in cloud-based phone services and security that are often concerns for business owners.

 

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