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V1 Hosted VoIP PBX Improves Business Communications

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V1 VoIP resellers offer our suite of cloud hosted PBX services and solutions for improved business communications. No longer are businesses dependent on hardware or location, but part of a converged voice and data service. This consolidates a business communication network, increases employee productivity, and reduces costs.

As a V1 VoIP reseller, we can make the technology offerings easier to businesses so all you have to do is sell service to your clients. V1 offers resellers freedom from legacy equipment costs, eliminates reliance on slow-moving traditional phone companies and multiple bills, and offers flexibility to deliver customized user productivity solutions for your company.

With V1 VoIP’s cloud hosted PBX, a business eliminate the need to purchase or lease expensive PBX equipment and gains advanced calling features that end users love such as voicemail, automated attendants, extension dialing, call forwarding, call park, or call transfer.

V1 also eliminates the need to obtain service from multiple carriers for local and long distance calling, PBX tie-lines, private lines, etc. The service also includes Internet access and Quality of Service (QoS) to guarantee voice quality, all on one invoice.

Don’t wait any longer to offer this exciting, cost-saving, and beneficial cloud hosted PBX service to your business clients. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP team hosted PBX team today and get started upgrading or adding hosted PBX VoIP services and solutions to your business customers.

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Never Miss a Phone Call with V1 VoIP Cloud PBX

never miss a phone call with V1 VoIP cloud based hosted PBX for resellers

V1 VoIP’s cloud hosted PBX software is hosted in our cloud which means resellers can access the web interface and make changes from anywhere. The V1 VoIP platform is robust so you can look forward to reliable and highly secure communications.

As a V1 VoIP cloud based hosted PBX reseller, you can perform the following on our cloud-based platform:

* Setup custom phone menus (eg press 1 for sales, press 2 for support)
* Setup call re-direction based on time and day
* Re-direct freephone and landline numbers to mobile phones or alternative landlines
* Setup voicemails based on time and day
* Re-direct unanswered calls to other numbers
* Control everything from your web browser

V1 VoIP’s state of the art VoIP Portal will provide you the ability to manage call flows so that your business never misses that important sales or support call again. You can buy and host as many numbers as you like.

V1 VoIP strives to give our resellers to the most up to date services and solutions offered to pass to their customers. Our latest cloud-based services allow resellers to manage their business from anywhere at anytime with the touch of a button.

Contact V1 VoIP today to leaern more about our cloud-based hosted PBX options for resellers.

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V1 VoIP Important Cloud Terms and Definitions

V1 VoIP explains voip cloud terms definitions for resellers

Everyone is talking about ‘the cloud’ but what is the cloud exactly? The cloud is just a new way of meaning the internet. Cloud based phone systems mean that your phone service that is delivered through the Internet. A cloud PBX system is a based on cloud computing technology, where data is stored and transferred over the Internet, rather than on a computer or piece of hardware that an end-user owns.

This new computing technology comes with it’s own set of vocabulary and definitions. To enable you to understand what the cloud and cloud-based VoIP can do for you, here is V1 VoIP’s guide to the cloud and the most common terms associated with the cloud.

Anything-as-a-Service: Also known as XaaS where the ‘x’ can stand for anything, refers to the growing diversity of services available over the Internet via cloud computing as opposed to being provided locally, or on premises.

Cloud Backup: As a form of cloud storage, cloud backup data is stored in and accessible from multiple distributed and connected resources that comprise a cloud or a remote, cloud-based server.

Cloud Bursting: Cloud bursting combines the best features of a private and public cloud. When an application is initiated, it’ll first run in a private cloud. If the server is too busy, the application will switch over so it can open in a public cloud.

Cloud Database: A database accessible to clients from the cloud and delivered to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud database provider’s servers. Also referred to as Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS), cloud databases can use cloud computing to achieve optimized scaling, high availability, multi-tenancy and effective resource allocation.

Cloud Portability: In cloud terminology, the phrase “cloud portability” means the ability to move applications and its associated data between one cloud provider and another — or between public and private cloud environments.

Consumption-Based Pricing Model: This term refers to what a consumption-based pricing model might be, which is obtained from observing the types of cloud services that customers are signing up for.

Elastic Computing: Elastic computing refers to a company’s capacity to add to or reduce a variety of computing resources, including things like storage space and memory.

Eucalyptus: An open source cloud computing and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform for enabling private clouds.

Hybrid Cloud: A hybrid cloud is the perfect solution for a company that wants to have some security measures in place, yet want the information stored in a call to the easily accessed by employees and/or stay.

Middleware: This software acts as a mediator between applications and a company’s OS, exchanging data between the two so that the applications are able to properly unite.

Private Cloud: A private cloud refers to a cloud that’s created to only exist within the company’s phone system. This means that the data held inside the cloud can only be accessed by said company.

Public Cloud: A public cloud refers to a cloud that is shared among many different companies. Although not as secure as a private cloud, the majority of businesses are finding that a public cloud is effectively meeting their needs.

SaaS, BDaaS, IaaS: These 3 acronyms stand for Software-as-a-Service, Big-Data-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service. These 3 technical terms refer to services that provide the support necessary for cloud computing to take place.

Vendor Lock-In: The term vendor lock-in refers to the situation in which a vendor isn’t able to change their providers, which can be due to a number of reasons.

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V1 VoIP Resellers Take Business to the Cloud

VoIP technology has now become affordable for any business owner including small and medium sized companies, and because of this, they desire to upgrade and expand their communication systems. These business owners are turning to V1 VoIP resellers when it comes to their choices for the latest cloud based options. These cloud communications options include facets of VoIP technology, SIP trunking services and cloud hosted PBX. Moving to the cloud means V1 VoIP resellers are helping them reach and achieve their business goals.

V1 VoIP resellers report that business owners are very curious as to how cloud based VoIP services can help their business and this is one of the bigger road blocks in their decision to update their communication system. The longer they wait, the longer it will be until they can take advantage of all the benefits cloud based communications can offer them.

But some are getting wise. V1 VoIP resellers are seeing more and more business owners signing up for cloud based VoIP services. They like that cloud based services mean that they save money. They like the ability to create a unified communication system. They like how storing information offsite frees up storage space. They like how the cloud gives their business and their employees the ability to create a mobile workforce.

At V1 VoIP we offer the latest in cloud based VoIP technology for small and medium sized businesses. We show our resellers how to adapt cloud services to business to suit their particular needs and goals while saving them money at the same time. If you are interested in adding cloud based services to your portfolio of VoIP services, contact V1 VoIP today. We believe that your success is our success and your success could lay in the cloud!

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