Cloud Based PBX: 4 Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

cloud based pbx The Myths of Cloud Based PBX

Myth #1: Cloud computing is just a way to save money. Cloud computing is definitely a way to save money and increase return on investment for businesses, but that isn’t all it does. While the cloud is highly attractive for it’s substantial savings, some other advantages to cloud based PBX include better reliability, faster implementation and greater adaptability.

Myth #2: The cloud limits customization. In fact, the cloud offers more customization and ease for it’s users. The cloud is the perfect solution for businesses looking to customize their phone system to meet their needs with it’s highly customizable features.

Myth #3: The cloud has low voice performance. While real-time performance in virtual environments was once a problem, it isn’t anymore. Technology now protects voice quality by separating call control from communications with Service Level Agreement and Quality of Services.

Myth #4: The cloud isn’t secure. The cloud doesn’t mean (public) cloud or over the internet. Reputable cloud providers have security professionals monitoring the virtual environment 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

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