Having a business continuity plan means your business will continue to function during, as well as after a disaster with as little disruption as possible. This could mean power failures, natural disasters or connectivity outages. The solutions to solving issues like this come in many shapes and sizes depending on what’s critical to keep your business running.
There are pros and cons to both hosted PBX solutions and on premise solutions. Which model is best for your business will depend on it’s size, growth and what it is you want from your telephone system. Having knowledge of what each system has to offer is vital before making a decision on which is best for you.
SIP vs ISDN
BT have announced that the kill date for ISDN and PTSN lines is in 2025. Meaning over the coming years this legacy technology will become more and more obsolete, leaving the way open for Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) solutions to take its place.
It pays to know the advantages and disadvantages of each solution to best prepare you for the eventual migration away from analogue and ISDN lines. This knowledge can help you determine the best method for your business to make the switch. SIP vs ISDN