For most businesses, moving offices is a massive undertaking. Not only do you have to worry about physically moving all of your equipment and furniture, but you also have to ensure that your communications infrastructure is properly set up in your new space. This can be a daunting task, but we’re here to help. In this blog post, we’ll give you a checklist of all the communications tools you need to bring when you move so your business can hit the ground running in its new home.
- VoIP Phones
If your business uses VoIP (Voice over IP) phones, you’ll need to ensure they are properly configured for your new office space. VoIP phones are designed to work with high-speed broadband internet connections, so you’ll need to ensure that your new office has an internet connection to support them. Additionally, you’ll need to configure your VoIP phones for use with your new office’s IP address. If you’re unsure in terms of how to do this—we can help; IPFone offers nationwide onsite installation and training, so you don’t miss any business calls during your move.
- Office Phone System
If your business uses a traditional office phone system, you’ll need to ensure that it is properly disconnected and reconnected in your new space. This process can be complex, so we recommend working with a professional and seasoned company like IPFone to ensure it’s done correctly.
- Conference Room Phone
If your business has a conference room phone, you’ll need to ensure that it is properly disconnected and reconnected in your new space. If you’re in the market to upgrade your old phones, we recommend looking at our extensive list of VoIP phones from leading manufacturers.
- Internet Connection
Of course, no communications infrastructure is complete without an internet connection. You’ll need to ensure that your new office space has a high-speed broadband connection that can support your communications needs. If it doesn’t, IPFone offers high-speed fiber internet for any business size or location, ready for your communications needs.
- Wireless Network
If your business uses a wireless network, you’ll need to ensure that it is properly configured for use in your new office space. This includes ensuring the correct channels are being used, and the appropriate security measures are in place. If you’re unsure how to do this, we recommend using an all-in-one SD-WAN solution to keep your business secure and connected.
- VPN Connection
If your business uses a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection, you’ll need to ensure it is properly configured for use in your new office space.
Moving offices is a big undertaking for any business – there’s a lot of logistics involved in physically moving everything from one place to another. But perhaps even more important than moving furniture and equipment is ensuring that your communications infrastructure runs smoothly in your new space.
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