Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth by '2027' - dailychronicle24.com

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth by '2027' - dailychronicle24.com

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market to Witness Comprehensive Growth by '2027' - dailychronicle24.com

Posted: 11 Jun 2019 04:57 AM PDT

Future Market Insights

Continuous adoption of cloud services by the government and business sector is the key factor contributes the growth of global business cloud VoIP & UC services market. Business cloud VoIP is a cloud-based voice over internet protocol (VoIP) technology which delivers voice and multimedia over Internet Protocol (IP) networks. Business cloud VoIP and UC is the convergence of cloud hosting and VoIP technology that allow next-generation calling features and integrated mobile access. For example, Unified Communications (UC) solution utilizing Microsoft's hosted messaging, and collaboration tools – such as Microsoft Office communications server, Microsoft Exchange, and Microsoft SharePoint, integrated with hosted voice over IP (VoIP) phone service helps improve fluidity of office collaboration and communication. Unified communication includes various components such as calling (voice, video), messaging (voice, video, email, instant messaging), conferencing (voice, web, and video), mobility, collaboration, and communication-enabled business processes (CEBP)

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Market Dynamics

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Business sector is rapidly migrating to cloud solutions, also rising interest in cloud-based communications solutions, and growing enterprise awareness on hosted VoIP solution coupled with rising importance for the collaborative work environment to enhance productivity, are the prominent factor contributes the growth of global business cloud VoIP & UC services market.

Additionally, growing preference from organizations across various industries to eliminate redundant infrastructure of the traditional communicant system, increase overall business productivity, and to reduce the costs of communications accelerates the growth of global business cloud VoIP & UC services market. Convergence of internet of things & unified communications, hybrid approach to hosted VoIP, and delivery of unified communications as a service (UCaaS) are some of the notable trends the global business cloud VoIP & UC services market. However, technological complexity to implement unified communication across the organization and challenges identifying the technologies, services, and features based on the specific business needs is identified as restraints likely to deter the progression of global business cloud VoIP & UC services market.

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Segmentation

The global business cloud VoIP & UC services market is segmented on the basis of component, vertical, end-user type and by region

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Segmentation on the basis of component



Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Segmentation on the basis of vertical


Information Technology




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Energy & Utilities



Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Segmentation on the basis of End-user Type

Small & Medium Enterprises

Large Enterprise

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Regional Outlook

Among all regions cloud VoIP & UC services market in North America is expected to dominate the market due to expanding SIP trunk infrastructure and high priority for communications-enabled business processes. In terms of revenue, Asia-Pacific is identified as the fastest growing cloud VoIP & UC services market, increasing demand for cost effective enterprise communication solutions and expanding mobile and remote workforce

Business Cloud VoIP & UC Services Market: Competition Landscape

Cisco, Verizon Enterprise, AT&T Inc., EarthLink, Inc., XO Communications, LLC, Evolve IP, LLC, Momentum Telecom, West Unified Communications Services Inc., New Horizon Communications, 8×8, Inc., and BroadSoft.

How to stop junk calls on your landline phone - Clark.com - Clark Howard

Posted: 30 May 2019 12:00 AM PDT


We've told you how to stop junk calls on your cell phone, but you may be having the same problem with your landline — don't you hate that?

Telemarketers, scammers and the like continue to look for ways to scheme us out of money over the phone. If you have a landline, you could be getting inundated with junk calls.

How to stop robocalls on your landline

Table of contents: Stopping junk calls on landlines

We're going to give you some concrete ways to stop junk calls on your landline so that your house phone can be restored to a state of normalcy.

Unlike cell phone customers, people who faithfully use landlines can't rely on T-Mobile, AT&T and other wireless carriers to come up with high-tech ways to combat robocalls.

That means you're left to your own (or some device manufacturer's) devices. But as you'll see, many of the latter work just fine.

One thing to note is that many of the robo-killer options at the disposal of landline users employ voIP (voice over internet protocol) technology. That means that your home phone service is provided by your internet or cable provider.

If you don't use VoIP phone service — maybe you have an older phone — your options are somewhat limited. Let's take a look at them.

Do Not Call list

Perhaps the easiest way to stop nuisance calls on your landline is to register your phone number on the national Do Not Call list.

The way it works is that legitimate telemarketers consult the Do Not Call List so that they don't call your phone.

The key here is to make sure you're calling from the phone that you wish to put on the list. There is no cost associated with this. Here are three easy steps to do it:


  • Call 1-888-382-1222 (voice) or 1-866-290-4236 (TTY)
  • Press 1 and go through the prompts
  • Note: If you've already put your number on the list, there's no need to re-register.

Clark's take: How to avoid junk calls on your landline

Money expert Clark Howard says he's got one ironclad way of handling potential phone scams.

"[Recently], I had a phone call come in that said it was from Bank of America," Clark said on a recent podcast.

"I don't do business with Bank of America, so I knew it was a pretexting call, a fake call. But what if I was a customer of BOA and I see that come up on caller ID, I might be more apt to answer it, right?"

"Consider following my rule," Clark continues. "It's a simple rule: If I don't recognize the number as being from someone I know, I do not answer the call."

Call blockers: Third-party services

There are a number of third-party services that can severely limit the amount of junk calls that get through to a landline.

For landline phones, many robocall blockers require hardware to be connected to your device. While no service is perfect, the following ones have the best ratings:

Final thought

There are other services out there, including YouMail, which is free for landlines (read our review). But with any of these services, keep in mind that sometimes people who really need to reach you may get caught in your anti-robocall net.

That means emergency services, your children's school, the electric company or any other public offices may not be able to reach you as quickly as they should.

Here's the bottom line: We all have to get a bit more vigilant in how we use the phone. Some wise steps include:

  • If a recording asks you to hit a button to stop receiving calls, there's a good chance that's a way to get you to opt in to them calling you again. Just hang up.
  • Get a mysterious call? Don't respond to any questions, especially with "yes." You could be being recorded against your bill for nefarious purposes.

Robocalls, junk calls and the scam known as spoofing have all caught the attention of federal authorities. If you believe you have received an illegal call, file a complaint with the FCC.


If you think that a telemarketer has called your phone despite your number being on the Do Not Call LIst, report them here.

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