Microsoft Teams VoIP
Microsoft Teams VoIP - Cloud Telephony with Direct Routing
Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) enables users on Microsoft Teams to effectively communicate via text chat, voice call, or video conferencing from any location in the world. Today, Microsoft Teams VoIP Cloud Telephony can even augment your company’s telephone system, further empowering users to take and make calls from any phone or internet-connected device, while keeping the same numbers and provider. This integrated, best-in-class remote meeting and calling solution provides premium quality HD Video and HD Audio.
- Reduce costs: Eliminate hardware costs and scale services as you need.
- Improve call quality: Our Tier 1 carriers are known for pristine VoIP and video services.
- Expand service reach: In the Cloud Tech’s network delivers voice calling services across 25 countries.
- Automated Performance Monitoring: Get a fully managed service including 24/7 performance monitoring and
Microsoft Teams VoIP Cloud Telephony - Seamlessly Integrated!
PSTN calling solution with Microsoft Teams VoIP Cloud Telephony
Our enterprise-grade PSTN solution delivers secure and reliable, unified cloud communications using Cloud voice with Microsoft Teams VoIP and Microsoft Direct Routing. Our fully managed voice network was built for the high demands of professional services and uses only carefully chosen Tier 1 carriers, with auto-failover and real time carrier redundancy. The service is secured by encryption and delivered 100% from the cloud.
Unleash the Power of Collaboration with Microsoft Teams VoIP
Keeping teams digitally connected across the globe can be managed with the touch of a button! Launch a video or conference call in seconds, add team members, customers, and partners from anywhere. Rest assured that quality is top notch when using In the Cloud Tech’s high‑performance network. Always-on features including chat and file sharing can be quickly accessed on your desktop or mobile device. Each call is delivered to the optimal carrier which greatly improves audio quality and resilience, while at the same time further reduces costs.
Microsoft Teams VoIP Cloud telephony eliminates the need to provision and maintain on-premises equipment and it also simplifies IT environments and reduces costs. This provides users a secure means to communicate with customers and colleagues from any suitable internet-enabled device, allowing more flexible ways of working.
Flexible Chat and Messaging
Fixed Cost, Delivered as a Service.
Same User Experience for Everyone, Everywhere!
Incoming and Outgoing Calls in Teams
Teams Conferencing, Audio Conferencing, Document Storage, Chat, Messaging, Video Conferencing, Groups
Keep the Same Provider and Existing Numbers
Design, Architecture, and Integration of Custom
Microsoft Teams VoIP Cloud Telephony Solutions – Using Direct Routing
Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams – make and receive business phone calls
Research and forecasting show that unifying collaboration tools with business telephony is the next step, as businesses continue to move more and more functions to the cloud. This can be accomplished with Microsoft Direct Routing and Teams.
With a cloud-based telephony system, users can make and receive calls on their existing business numbers, through the same provider, from any location, using any internet-enabled device like PC’s, desk phones, cell phones and tablets, just to name a few. While VoIP technology is hardly new, tying it to and using it with Direct Routing and Microsoft Teams is, and it is creating a lot of movement.
Benefits of Unified Communications (UCaaS) with Direct Routing
Simply put, Microsoft’s Cloud Telephony offering brings together both internal collaboration and external telephony, all routed directly through the Microsoft Teams interface. By harnessing the power of Microsoft Direct Routing, companies are now able to receive Unified Communications as a Service UCaaS), using the well-known and easy to use Microsoft Teams interface.
How Teams Changed Cloud Telephony
Cloud telephony is replacing a physical Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system. Until IP based phone systems were validated for business use, a PBX was the only way to integrate telephony into a business. Rife with issues, limitations and fees, traditional PBXs came with their own proprietary phones, with no way to re-use them with a different system. This made changes difficult and costly.
IP based phone systems (VoIP) are now beginning to be used in conjunction with Microsoft Direct Routing, through Microsoft Teams. This is a new and growing trend of how companies connect their systems to a telephony network, resulting in a more secure, better managed system with premier High Definition quality video and audio.
Teams Makes Telephony Better
With the shift to distributed and remote workers, Direct Routing through Microsoft Teams is an ideal way to modernize all working environments and to streamline communication for any workforce, especially those with multiple locations. This managed service is more flexible and cost-effective, as the managing provider brings technical support and expertise as well as PSTN integration via Direct Routing, to be sure of a smooth transition and a successful implementation.
Organizations with more than 100 people systematically choose a managed provider to connect their calls using the Direct
Routing option. Popular because a company can keep their existing phone numbers (and provider), which will enable moving to a Cloud voice solution. The entire Cloud Telephony system is managed centrally in a fixed-cost scenario, so charges for the whole organization are included in one agreement.
Direct Routing turns Microsoft Teams into an enterprise-wide telephony solution that is fully integrated with the widely used Microsoft 365 software suite. It provides a uniform experience to everyone everywhere, through a MS Teams interface that is available on multiple devices and platforms.