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If you’re unfamiliar with cloud technology, here’s how it works.
From emails and telephone lines to office software, your business needs several applications to run smoothly. Traditionally, these applications are server-based and require power, cooling, bandwidth, networks and storage to run. Not to mention the experts who install and maintain them.
With cloud computing, businesses rely on safe, secured, shared data centres to run their applications instead of doing it themselves. Now, instead of managing IT details, companies subscribe to the Internet-based applications they need from online vendors, including cloud PBX.
Because cloud computing requires no in-house servers or maintenance, and because users subscribe to exactly what they need, it ends up costing much less. Plus, the cloud is accessible anywhere there’s an Internet connection—you just have to log in.
Want Office 365 but not Skype for Business? Not a problem. Have Office 365 and want to add SIP trunking? Done. With Think 365, there is no unnecessary bundling of services and having to pay for what you don't use. And because you're on the cloud, you can set-up and launch applications in real-time, without IT. That's not only control, that's billing control.
Like Microsoft Office 365, Think 365 is available through the cloud.
So you can have a full, hosted PBX enabled solution that combines the traditional telephony features you need to run your business, along with Unified Messaging capabilities—all without purchasing and maintaining servers.