Having phones at any organization is non-negotiable. As much as everyone has flocked to the internet for communication, phone calls still power both business collaboration and the very ability to tend to customers.
But it’s no shock that telephony now comes in far more options than just the traditional business landline. The most popular is VoIP (voice over internet proxy), an option that relays your voice calls entirely through the internet. While exciting to some, VoIP phone lines also present a dilemma to those used to an analog phone system. Is it worth keeping that old setup, or is an upgrade in order?
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Analog telephony as a whole may be on its way out, but for numerous organizations, it’s still an important part of communications. For many, it’s so important that even when switching to a VoIP network, completely phasing out analog lines or devices simply isn’t an option. In those cases especially, it’s absolutely vital to understand FXO and FXS ports — in particular, the differences between them.
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