Virtual PBX vs. Premise PBX
PBX Systems allow you to set up extensions, customer management systems, auto-attendants, call redirects and more to route calls within and out of your organization. These operations are handled through a private branch exchange server (PBX). Virtual PBX services will setup, maintain, and host your exchange server off-site and you simply buy IP phones and an internet connection to interact with a web-based administration panel. Premise (Self-Hosted) PBX brings the exchange server in-house (on premise). The benefits and trade-offs vary, but generally, virtual PBX services are for small businesses, and Self-Hosted PBX Systems are for medium and large businesses with heavy phone volume. You can use either analog phone ...
Corporate Profile: My 1 Voice My 1 Voice is a virtual PBX service (virtual phone service) for entrepreneurs and small businesses with 1-25 employees. My 1 Voice is one of several virtual PBX services that allow small companies to have a similar type of professional PBX service as a large corporation without any on-site hardware installation required. My 1 Voice was founded in 1997 by Protus, a worldwide company that has voice, email, and fax communication services as well. Protus has over 400,000 worldwide subscribers, and it is one of the largest virtual communication companies in the world. Benefits and Disadvantages of My ...
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