VoIP Solutions must be Constantly Monitored


VoIP Solutions must be constantly monitored for performance and improvements if they are to be successful, says TMCnet.

Like most internet based technologies, the parameters of VoIP are always changing and shifting and that requires subtle tweaks on the behalf of users, whether they are consumers or enterprises.

Without staying on top of the game, claims Tracey E. Schelmetic of TMCnet, the advantages that VoIP Solutions offer, such as scalability and cost savings, could be minimised.

An example in point is the fact that productivity could be slowed down by a mass of users making the VoIP network congested. To make your IP telephony system work for you it is necessary to back up important files and use a secure network that cannot be compromised.

Schelmetic stated: "While you can control all elements of your communications infrastructure from remote and local locations, it is important to maintain backups of all key services and devices to protect your investment.”

Voice over internet Protocol is a massively burgeoning service which is already worth billions of dollars with increased projections inevitable. The most well known commercial VoIP service is Skype which has 120 million paying subscribers.

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1 Response to "VoIP Solutions must be Constantly Monitored"

  1. The Top Company May 10, 2011 at 11:20 PM
    "Voice over internet protocol is a massively burgeoning service which is already worth billions of dollars with increased projections inevitable. The most well known commercial VoIP service is Skype which has 120 million paying subscribers."

    What the! At that short time, Skype has already 120 million paying subscribers? They say that it's just beginning to hit the market but with those digits. Wow!