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PBX on Cloud grows with the client, how can be achieved ?
- The provider runs servers in the cloud. That means there’s no physical off-premise location where the servers and other hardware are stored.
- A direct network connection is used to access the service. Just like other cloud-based services, a cloud PBX is accessed via the internet.
- It’s scalable. The cloud allows for much more flexibility with respect to scaling services up or down.
- Spikes in demand can impact service. Because it’s challenging to predict and manage unexpected demand, high demand can affect other users on the network.
- Storage capacity may be limited. Depending on the number of users, the allocated storage space can be used up quickly.
- It’s usually pay-per-usage. Instead of paying per number of users, cloud-based PBX is usually billed according to how much you use it.