How you’ve everything to gain
Businesses are growing increasingly mobile in order to add flexibility and productivity to their workforce. To maximize their efforts, a hosted VoIP service with a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy in place is an attractive solution for businesses that want to accommodate this productive shift in company communication strategies.
If you’re interested in the advantages hosted VoIP and BYOD can bring to your business, but worried about the risks involved – don’t worry. Here’s what you need to know:
With no expensive equipment to implement or maintain, VoIP+ BYOD saves money and frees up serious company resources.
- Reduce CapEx
- Control OpEx
- Use existing infrastructure and hardware
Let’s face it: a critical chunk of business is done outside the office. Your employees will gain the freedom they need to do it best.
- Work anytime, anywhere
- One business phone number
Regardless of their preferred OS, employees can use their devices to communicate and collaborate across multiple platforms.
- iOS, Android, Windows, Mac OS compatible
- Seamless integration
- Unified Messaging
BYOD policies clearly define acceptable usages, company disclaimers, support and security practices, and other areas pertaining to the user’s device, the company, and the network – protecting both company and employee.
If your communications system goes down, an employee’s device doesn’t. Hosted VoIP + BYOD keeps your business up and running, and your data secure.
- Disaster Recovery built in
- Business continuity
- Secure, synced company phonebook
7 Quick Facts
- 67% of organizations have seen large cost savings since embracing BYOD
- 85% hosted VoIP reduced costs associated with traditional telephone services
- 80% of employees already use personal technology for business use. Employees gain nine hours of productivity per week due to BYOD use while out of the office
- 65% of employees name smartphones as their most relied-upon device
- 51% of organizations have had data loss due to insecure devices
- 58% of enterprises lack employee mobile monitoring
- 26.5 Billion: Annual U.S. business revenue lost to downtime