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V1 VoIP Commonly Used Cloud Definitions and Terms

V1 VoIP defines commonly used voip cloud terms and definitions for resellersYou don’t have to be new to VoIP to hear about the cloud. Purchase a new mobile phone and you will hear about backing up to the cloud. But do you know what exactly the cloud is or how to explain it to your customers>

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.

With new computing technology comes with it’s own new set of vocabulary and definitions. V1 VoIP wants to make sure our resellers understand exactly what the cloud is and what cloud-based VoIP can do for your customers. Here is our 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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Resell V1 VoIP Cloud Services Business Communications

Business owners are always looking for how they can make their business stand above the rest. Business owners are looking into ditching that old-fashioned landline and wanting information about how they can integrate V1 VoIP services and solutions into their businesses. They want to sign up for the cloud communication services available because they’re beginning to understand that VoIP and cloud adoption are the way of the future.

Because there are so many different types of businesses, each are going to require a variety of different needs and that’s where V1 VoIP resellers come in. One of the more important things any business needs to have is an efficient business communication system which means having access to the newest and best business communication services that can take their business to the next level. An efficient communications system will allow them to expand their reach in the marketplace to let people know who they are, and why they’re able to provide products and/or services better than their competition can.

Cloud service adoption is changing the way a business owner is able to manage their business. One of the more important benefits that a business owner can expect to receive via cloud adoption is the ability to create a unified communications system. Creating a unified communications system allows a business the ability to unite voice, data, e-mail and other vital applications, which is increasingly important these days. Other benefits that a business owner can expect to receive when choosing cloud communications includes:

* Scalability
* Flexibility
* Increased Productivity
* Reduced Spending

Turnkey VoIP businesses are already experiencing turnkey VoIP services and features, which means that they have an edge when it comes to business communications. Currently, all of the small and midsized business owners who are still utilizing an outdated landline as the platform for their business communication system are closely watching these turnkey VoIP businesses. They’re watching to see how VoIP technology and cloud adoption is helping these business owners run their business better, and what they’re finding out is making them look deeper into how cloud communications can help them in their particular type of business.

So what business owners need to do these days is find an affordable and efficient way to communicate with others. And because they now know that they can afford to integrate the high-tech VoIP services that will allow them to do this, they’re looking for the best VoIP reseller to give their business to.

If you can resell cloud VoIP services to the small and midsized business owners who are in need of updating their current business communication system, contact V1 VoIP today or sign up now to get started. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.

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V1 VoIP Cloud PBX Resellers see Surge in Email Archiving

V1 VoIP cloud based pbx resellers offer email archiving services solutionsV1 VoIP resellers offering cloud PBX telephone services know how important it is to be knowledgeable about all things cloud PBX. Reselling V1 VoIP cloud PBX telephone services is a great way to help these small and mid-sized businesses become much more efficient in their everyday work practices. Many of the questions that potential business customers have are related to the benefits they look forward to receiving when their new cloud PBX services are enabled. They want the bottom line: how will a cloud PBX telephone system make their work life easier, more efficient, and how will it save them money. One of the benefits V1 VoIP resellers are seeing being utilized and asked for is email archiving.

No matter what kind of business it is, email is a necessity. Therefore the ability to keep emails highly organized is becoming a must. Managing and organizing emails is something no one really likes to do as it can be time-consuming and tedious. Email archiving is a feature provided by V1 VoIP cloud PBX resellers, where a company’s emails are placed into a separate storage area where they can be organized, and filed accordingly. And it doesn’t stop there. Businesses can also choose to integrate social media and instant messaging features into their emails, opening up a whole new world of communication possibilities.

With the large volume of emails that companies send and receive on a regular daily basis, email archiving is becoming increasingly important. It is necessary to keep these emails organized not only for pure organizational purposes but also to be sure that they are in compliance with any of the technical, business and/or legal challenges that may arise in the future.

V1 VoIP resellers provide customers with expert customer service and keep their business customers apprised of the latest updates, upgrades, and new features that cloud PBX telephony services and solutions can offer. This is where V1 VoIP resellers see a surge in customers needing these new features for the benefits they provide.

The many benefits that come with upgrading from a current traditional landline system to a new cloud PBX telephone system is well worth the time it takes to talk to a V1 VoIP reseller about what upgrading can do for their business. If you would like a free demo of what V1 VoIP cloud PBX services can dofor your business, contact us today! Our resellers are ready to assist you!

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