New Jersey Telephone Supplier’s Techs Receive Allworx VoIP Certifications
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Morris Plains, NJ —Link High Technologies, Inc. provides on premises and business VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Services to clients in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. VoIP is a cost-effective and proven technology that lowers an organization’s overall IT expenses and provides a critical component to their business continuity strategy so they can stay up and running under any circumstance. They are also certified for hosted solutions for clients who don’t want a large upfront commitment, or who need VoIP for multiple locations.
Headquartered in Rochester, New York, Allworx is an award-winning provider of communications solutions for all but the largest-sized business. Allworx delivers VoIP unified communications systems to a wide range of industries including not-for-profit and government organizations through a network of authorized dealers. Allworx is a wholly owned subsidiary of Windstream Corporation.
One of Link High’s engineers, Richard Buergerhoff attended and successfully completed Allworx Technical Training in late May. The certification process consists of online training and three-days of on-site training at Allworx’s facility in Orangeburg, NY. Richard is one of four members of the Link High technical staff who are now certified to install Alworx’s VoIP on-premises phone systems and utilize their technical support.
How VoIP Works
VoIP uses the Internet to transmit business calls as opposed to the old circuit-switched mode used by traditional telephone companies. Business VoIP services are a more sophisticated, commercial version of consumer VoIP. A business VoIP service offers a small-to-medium sized company advanced VoIP features that would be too expensive to purchase and maintain on its own. Business VoIP provides PBX (private branch exchange) capabilities, conference calling, desk-to-desk calling, music-on-hold and automated attendants.
How VoIP Supports Business Continuity During a Disaster Situation
When storms cause phone and power lines to go down, you still need to make and receive business calls. With a properly designed, implemented and hosted business VoIP system you can still make calls during these times. You’ll have the ability to make and receive calls remotely via your smartphone, and access messages from auto-attendants that continue to function via voicemail-to-email so you can stay up and running even when power and Internet access goes down in your building.
More About Link High
The Link High team includes Cisco-Certified Network Associates, System Engineers, and VMware Professionals. Their highly qualified account executives and teams work together to provide the best possible VoIP and IT Solutions, custom designed to help their clients achieve their short- and long-term business goals.For more information about the services they provide, call Link High at 973.321.1063, or email them at: email@example.com.
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