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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 Cloud Service Reseller Tips

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By the year 2017, VoIP phone technology services will be considered ‘the usual’ when it comes to a small or medium-sized business’ communications system. Following that lead, cloud VoIP services will be what the big businesses are choosing for their business communication system. Since efficiency is one of every business’ goals, more and more businesses are actively seeking out V1 VoIP resellers for our cloud based VoIP services and solutions for their particular business.

So just what is the cloud? Think of the cloud as a virtual file cabinet for data. Instead of storing files on a hard drive, files are stored in a ‘virtual cloud’ which can be accessed from anywhere as long as they have an internet access. Lots of cutting-edge businesses are looking to use the Cloud to manage their everyday operations because they want to take advantage of this new technology, and use it with a goal of helping their business run much more efficiently.

Because this information is stored virtually, there’s a concern to how safe this information is when it’s stored in the Cloud. Since the number one concern for all businesses when it comes to signing up with new VoIP technology phone services are security-related issues, there’s a definite need to address these concerns. They will want to know if your data is encrypted when it’s being uploaded, downloaded or stored in the cloud. Because some cloud folders are shared, potential customers want to understand the details of how this works. Lastly, potential customers want to know what their options are if the Cloud is hacked into or any data is lost.

After addressing security concerns, potential customers will next want to know about data quantities. Expect questions like how much data you will be storing for me? Which will be immediately followed by: how much this will cost.

Don’t wait any longer to be able to offer cloud based VoIP services. Contact V1 VoIP today to become a reseller for the cloud.

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V1 VoIP Answers: How Big is the Cloud?

Many people thought that cloud storage was going to be either a passing fad or something that only a few could afford to utilize. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, cloud storage is gaining in popularity among both small and medium-sized businesses each and every day, even though there are still some security issues that people need to be aware of when choosing to use the cloud and the many benefits it can offer.

So how big is the cloud? How much data can the cloud hold? Cloud storage is normally calculated in terabytes so it’s necessary to have an idea of how much cloud storage is needed in order to choose the right amount of provided virtual space. So depending on how much data a company needs to store will determine how much space needed to accommodate this storage.

When it comes to pricing, what’s really convenient about cloud storage programs is that there aren’t any upfront costs involved. Instead, usage is going to determine cost.

Cloud phone programs are becoming popular due to their extreme versatility. The small and mid-sized businesses are currently looking to integrate cloud services into their current business communication system because the costs of using cloud phone services have lowered so much that it’s now deemed to be affordable for those businesses that couldn’t previously afford these high-tech telephony services.

By white labeling V1 VoIP’s cloud based VoIP services, it’s a great way to start offering cloud phone services. More and more businesses are looking into adding cloud phone services to their company right now, making this the perfect time to find out how adding V1 VoIP cloud based VoIP phone services to any current reselling business can add lots of value.

If you are a VoIP reseller who’s interested in creating some of their very own white label cloud phone programs, now is the time to do so. The high-tech world is one that quickly evolves, making it essential to keep up with the latest in cloud phone programs. If you don’t, you just might find yourself a bit behind when it comes to using the latest technologies. Contact V1 VoIP today to learn more and get started.

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