As Gamma discovered in their latest research report, more and more businesses are moving their applications to the cloud, rather than investing in on-premise solutions. Telephony is no exception to this, and hosted telephony – also known as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) – has become a popular option for businesses in recent years. It offers a range of benefits, can be converged with data services, and even allows organisations to combine their fixed and mobile telephony requirements.
But how does hosted telephony work? What makes it different from traditional solutions? And can it benefit your business, or are you better off sticking with an on-premise solution? If you’re a beginner to the world of hosted telephony, here’s the key information you need to get started.
How does hosted telephony work?
Kogo celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018; it was a great time to launch a new website and have fun with a “Find the Hearts” competition to coincide with Valentines day, starting the year off in a good direction. As the Kogo team grew we had the challenge of finding more office space and in early spring a new home for our finance team was constructed in the corner of our warehouse; this, combined with reconfiguring the office layout, created an opportunity to expand both the technical and sales team.Read more
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We’re proud to announce that Kogo Ltd has become a business partner for Sage 200 and Sage 200 Extra Online.
On Monday the 15th of February Kogo were selected to assist Trend Micro Inc. in a live beta test of the latest Worry Free Security Advanced antivirus software. Trend Micro selected only six partners globally and Kogo was one of just two partners in the UK chosen.
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