VoIP telephony

VoIP stands for Voice Over IP. Internet calling, in plain language. Your phone number is no longer “attached” to a fixed location as with an analog line or an ISDN line. With VoIP, you can use the number anywhere there is internet. You are maximally flexible with this and it is inexpensive. For example, calling between different branches is even completely free, and a local PBX is no longer necessary.

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How does VoIP work?

With VoIP, there is no longer a physical cabinet that must be present. This is because the software runs in a data center that is well secured.

Through an Internet connection, there is a continuous connection between the phone and the data center. This way you are not stuck to one fixed location but can use telephony wherever there is internet.

Scalable and location independent

Adding a phone for a new employee is as easy as connecting a computer. You can effortlessly scale up to more users and everything is done in a snap. In addition, it does not matter where the phone will be located. As long as the device is connected to the Internet, you can place it in a place of your choice. Even if you are using multiple locations, you can easily scale up and not be dependent on location.

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Our employees can now access calendars and mail from anywhere and it’s all managed remotely, super organized.

All PCs replaced with new ones and equipped with the right software, including specific (web) applications and immediately switched to VoIP telephony. This was not the first assignment and certainly not the last!

The move was a great opportunity to migrate mail to Microsoft Office365 Online. Completely satisfied.

Migrated all PCs to Windows 7 and transferred data and mail to Office 365. By also outsourcing the management to ONB-ICT, you have nothing to worry about.

With the migration to Microsoft Enterprise E3, our company is completely ready for the future. Working safely (together) for all our users!

ONB-ICT transferred our outdated mail environment to Office365. Now that mail is running entirely in the cloud, soon all files will be on the turn.

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