What is the latest trend in office PBX systems or intercoms? | UnikCCTV
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Many companies now utilize software or office intercoms systems to manage their telecoms. However, only a few decades ago, practically all of these companies relied on classic PBX systems, which were essentially small telephone exchanges that were in your workplace. Everyone in the office would be connected through a real handset, allowing you to make and receive calls over the company’s internal phone network. It's quite analog. PBX solutions have experienced a mini-revolution of their own in recent years. You may have heard of terms like "virtual PBX" or "cloud PBX," which are PBX systems having the capacity to make calls via the internet. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is the name of the technology. Basic VoIP PBX systems, though owned and managed remotely (referred to as "hosted PBX") still require hardware. The primary difference between classic PBX and VoIP phone systems is that VoIP requires no physical infrastructure (unless you want it) and is typically less costly and more flexible. Also included are more advanced capabilities such as statistics and analytics, as well as the ability to make phone calls from any device. UnikCCTV offers home and office intercoms systems along with various access control and lock systems at a reasonable price. Contact them today for queries and information related to security systems!