More businesses are moving their communications into the cloud. Do you know how to prepare your business for a cloud transition? Here are some key considerations when moving your business communications to a cloud provider.
Infographic: Key Considerations When Moving Business Communications to the Cloud
Key Considerations When Moving
Business Communications to the Cloud
Get the highest quality voice and data service from the Cloud
A solid Internet connection means solid voice quality.
Use a high-speed connection with dedicated bandwidth
for voice of 90Kbps or higher for each voice line.
Test your network capacity here.
The best call quality from the Cloud comes from using
a recommended router.
Use QoS-enabled routers; they prioritize voice trafﬁc
over lower-priority data trafﬁc, such as large
downloads. Learn more about network design,
recommended routers, and their QoS settings here.
QUALITY OF SERVICE (QOS)
Get the highest quality voice service.
QoS is dependent on several factors,
including routers and your Internet connection.
Test your call quality connection here.
Layered network and service redundancy ensures that business communications are always on.
interruption during outages
Physical, environmental, and architectural security are
critical components to keep business
communications safe in the cloud. Learn more.
Look for multiple layers of security, including:
Your cloud communications solution should grow
seamlessly with your organization, without complications.
Consider a system that offers optimal trafﬁc ﬂow,
superior ﬂexibility, and instantaneous scalability that
supports expansion of your organization, quickly and
easily, without taking the entire system ofﬂine.