If your workplace is similar to mine most communication happens between coworkers in different rooms via phone or Internet, even if the people are just a golf putt away. This wouldn't be a practical option if not for the technological progress of the past decade. The phone bill alone would double the company's monthly expenses. Fortunately, most telecommunication equipment suppliers can help you modernize your office. VoIP (voice over IP) can be used to reduce that expensive phone bill. This allows users to take advantage of unlimited talk time over a high speed, broadband network. Instead of fretting over varying phone bills all that's needed is an Internet connection. Phone operational costs will drop considerably. Also, users will be able to make more than one telephone calls over one Internet connection. There is one drawback to VoIP. Some users have described latency issues, which is a short delay in communication. Acknowledging these latencies are measured in milliseconds, this isn't a valid excuse to miss out on the newest technology that can decrease costs. So find a customer service phone systems supplier. They'll also be able to assist you with data cabling, and security cabling.