LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Intelligent Technical Solutions (ITS), a managed security service provider (MSSP) in the US, has launched an e-book guide on voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

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The guide covers everything a business owner needs to know about VoIP, including what it is, how it works, and the problems it can potentially solve. It also discusses how VoIP can save businesses from the failings of traditional phone lines.

Shift to VoIP an Increasing Necessity

ITS emphasizes the need for a shift to VoIP as the traditional phone system continues to degrade in quality over time, and as the industry standard shifts away from landline communications. In order to remain competitive in a professional setting, businesses need to make the jump to online voice transmission. In addition, the e-book explains how VoIP allows phone communication to be faster, clearer, and more reliable, as well as helps prevent dropped calls.

Guide for Businesses with Little to No VoIP Knowledge

The e-book is specifically made for those not well-versed in VoIP. Not only does it include instructions on how to set up these new systems and how to maintain them, but it also includes a series of recommendations for software and hardware alike that businesses can use to connect to VoIP services.

About Intelligent Technical Solutions (ITS)

Intelligent Technical Solutions (ITS) is a managed security service provider (MSSP) offering managed IT services, including enterprise-level VoIP, data analytics, and federal-grade cybersecurity to businesses in 5 areas: Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and San Francisco. Armed with a dedicated team of IT professionals, their mission is to protect companies from cybercrime, ensure they comply with industry security standards, and free up crucial time to focus on supporting and expanding operations.

Interested parties should visit this link:

Intelligent Technical Solutions

2880 Meade Ave #350

United States

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