This article is condensed and originally appeared on CloudTweaks.com.
Being Your Own Carrier
Departments and organizations of all sizes and across all industries are transitioning away from traditional hardware IT systems and embracing SaaS-based cloud offerings. The global pandemic has spurred greater cloud adoption, prompting developers and IT teams to seek telecom solutions that grant them control over their communications. Further, IT teams are exploring ways to gain autonomy and flexibility over how they deploy communications solutions, which are integral tools in easily scaling solutions up or down based on customer usage and market demands.
In order to gain a greater level of control over telecom resources and ensure deployment of relevant communications capabilities, companies will need to partner with their communication service providers (CSPs) and carriers. These groups will need to work together to determine which cloud telecom configuration best meets the company’s operational needs, as well as the needs of its customers. It’s important that companies research the different telecom providers on the market, as well as the configuration options available for cloud-based communications.
Outlined below are three common telecom configurations companies can consider as they evaluate which structure and services will best meet their needs. Each configuration offers unique benefits to users. Ultimately, it is up to each business to determine which of these options is the best fit for them, based on their individual circumstances.
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