Unlike legacy systems, VoIP systems can roll out in one of two ways – all at once or a phased approach. With a phased approach, it’s easier to discover potential problems early on before the system is implemented across the board. It also allows the implementation to occur more slowly while keeping the existing system in place temporarily. It’s also a good time for testing disaster recovery plans.
The final steps include training and implementing security. This also works well with a phased approach
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