No matter where you’re using Ooma Office, we want you to have a seamless, productive experience. That’s why we’ve totally redesigned the Ooma Office desktop app as our first step in making all of our apps look and feel the same. Not only is the desktop app more beautiful, but it’s easier to use, too. So let’s take a look and see what’s new.
Maybe there’s an echo that’s draining your focus, or one of your colleagues is chatting loudly with someone else right next to you. All these problems are irritating for both parties, disturb your workflow and just seem plain unprofessional. That’s where VoIP phone headsets come into play. VoIP headsets reduce the chances of poor quality calls and prevent you from hearing the distractions around you.
We all want to feel safe in our residential communities, and that help is just a phone call away. Unfortunately, emergency equipment that depends on traditional phone service lines is in the middle of a crisis because of something called the copper sunset.
In case you haven’t heard, traditional phone lines are becoming extinct—cellular and VoIP (Voice of Internet Protocol) are taking over the world of business and residential phones. So where does that leave legacy devices such as elevator phones that depend on those old traditional phone lines?
Telephone etiquette is how you conduct yourself on a phone call. Historically there have been distinct do’s and don’ts for telephone etiquette. With the emergence of mobile devices, things are definitely more relaxed these days. However, it’s still crucial to use proper phone etiquette for business conversations.