By Nick Gowdy on June 9, 2010
If you’re a rapidly-expanding small business in today’s technology-heavy world, you’ve no doubt been faced with countless growing pains as your existing IT solutions are stretched beyond their abilities. With new versions of software released constantly and hardware becoming obsolete after even just a few months, it would seem like nothing is built to scale with your business. Or, even more unlikely, get better after you buy it.
This is where a managed service like hosted VoIP shines: scalability and constantly-updated service. Unlike the PBX of the past, a hosted VoIP phone system isn’t as much an investment in a fixed hardware solution as it is an ongoing partnership with a reliable service provider that will keep you on the cutting edge. Here are just a few of the ways this relationship helps your growing business…
By Nick Gowdy on May 19, 2010
One of the advantages of a hosted VoIP phone system is an ever-expanding feature set that grows at no additional cost to customers. Whether this comes in the form of constant VoIP phone firmware updates or powerful tools for enhanced communications, with FreedomIQ you know you’re always at the leading edge.
This month we’ve added for all existing and future customers, at no additional charge, the ability to park and retrieve calls. Today I’m going to go over a bit about how this feature works and how you can start using it with your FreedomIQ Hosted VoIP PBX today!
By Nick Gowdy on May 3, 2010
No matter the size of your business, hosted VoIP has something to offer everyone. As a result of this wide-spread appeal, the adoption of hosted VoIP is increasing rapidly and savvy business owners couldn’t be happier what they’re getting. So what is it about a hosted VoIP PBX that has caught your interest?
And if you haven’t already made the switch, what’s holding you back?
Today I’ll cover two of the many advantages of hosted VoIP that get people talking. If you have something to add to the list, or any questions about hosted VoIP, drop a comment below!
By Nick Gowdy on April 27, 2010
Transferring your existing phone numbers to a new service provider is a delicate process. To help simplify the necessary steps when moving to your new FreedomIQ Hosted VoIP PBX, FreedomIQ Engineer Cory Dzbinski has created a short video with some helpful tips that will walk you through successfully porting your numbers.
You can watch the video here.
The number transfer forms mentioned can be found in your WebLink Internet Control Panel, under Support — Number Transfer.
If you are not already an existing FreedomIQ user and would like to transfer your phone numbers to our hosted VoIP service, please contact us today to get your free consultation.
By Nick Gowdy on April 23, 2010
Deploying efficient technology starts with choosing solutions that work well together, that have a certain synergy to make your day-to-day that much simpler. That’s why FreedomVoice has been working hard to develop a plug-in that integrates your FreedomIQ Hosted VoIP PBX phone system with the wildly popular Salesforce CRM.
We’re happy to announce that this plug-in has arrived, and is now being offered in conjunction with the already-popular and time-saving FreedomIQ Dialer plug-in we’ve developed for Microsoft Outlook. Together, these plug-ins unify your contacts and help you get even more out of your hosted VoIP service.