Telepeer has some best practices for VoIP Success – onsite and remote seamless communications is number one

Business Continuity in our community is critical for our neighbors, town, and survival against the pandemic. We have found that the number one continuity business practice is to ensure safety through onsite and remote seamless communications.

“Anywhere – Anytime” Bill Paxton, Aliens 2 truly applies in the new business model. Security, simplicity, and dependability are some of the key components to the Telepeer VoIP Cloud-based systems.

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Implementing a business-class voice over IP (VoIP) system for the first time, or even migrating from an old VoIP solution to a new one, either path represents a significant project as well as a lot of changes to how your employees do their work. They’ll need to adjust to a new way of doing things because the business model has changed.

 Ok, here is the cool part of the equation; Telepeer experts have seen the successful business installations, and have taken the complexity out of the installations.
These are some recommended examples in a local lan installation in an article by PC Magazine.

1. Validate your network architecture.

2. Are your pipes big enough?

3. Plan your management strategy.

4. Plan your handset deployment.

5. Check with your ISP.

6. Engage a second broadband provider.

7. Consider SIP.

8. Plan for VoIP security.

9. Invest in network management.

10. Organize your IT staff.

A cloud-based system eliminates most of the complex nature of a locally installed system on your network.  Don’t panic about VoIP, embrace the security, ease of installation, and low cost of maintenance, that will keep your line of communications open to your employees.

Telepeer team – Santa Ana is our home – our clients are our neighbors.


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