Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology in which voice calls, as well as video and data, are transmitted over the internet, instead of legacy PSTN or ISDN lines. With educational demands expanding and budgets contracting, VoIP is quickly gaining traction among schools at all levels.
Historically phone systems have always been viewed as a separate entity, quite often alienated from the overall ICT Infrastructure. Our belief is that schools and MATs should be looking at the bigger picture and including this in their ICT budgets.
So why is VoIP rising in popularity? There are multiple reasons as to why so many schools are switching to VoIP, to help get a better understanding we’ve listed some key benefits:
Having a system that is easy to adopt and deploy, is cost-effective and scalable, it’s easy to see why VoIP is in demand. To discuss how easily VoIP can be implemented in your school, while delivering the savings you need to meet today’s tight budgets, please get in touch.