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VoIP Phone Systems
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VoIP Phone Systems

Voice over IP (VoIP) is simply a way to send telephone calls over your computer network and the Internet. It’s a powerful technology that provides benefits that can’t be achieved with traditional telephone networks and has become the preferred telephone service of many businesses. Because the service is hosted, the phone system itself is housed in secure data centers, otherwise known as the Cloud. You can maintain the same phone numbers you presently use and connect to mobile devices. VoIP phones work anywhere there is a good Internet connection, so you can move them where you want and there are no more long distance phone bills.

Do more with your VoIP-enabled phone system. Computer Dimensions’ hosted PBX service is a powerful business-class communication solution that allows you to leverage a flexible, cloud-based VoIP infrastructure. Our solution provides significant advances in technology that offer many new calling features, lower up-front costs and reduced maintenance and support. It is also easy to connect branch offices together. With this hosted PBX, you get over 150 big-business phone features standard without the big-business worries or cost. The following are just a few of those features.

  • Save Money on Phone Lines
  • Work from Anywhere
  • Scalability
  • Reduce cost of moves, additions and changes
  • Consolidate your business voice phone service bill
  • PBX SIP Trunks
  • Keep your PBX system and decrease service costs
  • Multi-Branch Networking
  • Voicemail to Text/Email
  • Conferencing
  • Rely on 24/7 Support
  • Business VoIP system designed for any business


ABA & Literacy Connects of Tucson

Every year Computer Dimensions looks to play an active role in our community by donating resources to causes looking to make a difference. One such opportunity presented itself at the Arizona Builder’s Alliance Annual Chairman’s Installation Dinner and Auction.


To Err Is Human: So Have A Backup Plan!

It is a certainty that people will make mistakes. This is especially true when speaking about technology. People will yank the wrong plug, click on a malicious link, open a suspicious email attachment, or compromise an entire network with a personal usb key.