Factors in Choosing the Best Headsets for Your Business

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There are several factors to take into account when it’s time to decide on the best headsets for your business.

Whether you work in an office, work from home, or rock a hybrid option, having the right tech where you work makes all the difference. This isn’t just referring to your computer either. It is important to have the right phone and headset also to make your work day go smoothly, from important calls to teleconferences. If you’re currently shopping for the best headsets for your employees or your own use, be prepared to encounter a lot of options. When you’re weighing all of those options, keep these factors in mind for choosing the best headsets for your business. 


When it comes to wireless headsets, keep in mind that durability has two sides: how sturdy the physical construction of the headset is and how sturdy the electrical components are. This includes the battery life. A headset that requires that you charge it every 2 hours is not practical for an office worker with an 8 hour shift. They should also be very easy to clean without damaging any of the components, especially if there will be multiple people using them (at a shared workstation, for instance). 

Wireless Compatibility

Next, be sure that you look into wireless compatibility. Most users do not want to be tethered to a computer by a cord. Most wireless headsets use Bluetooth to connect, but you should make sure that the ones you’re looking at will be compatible with the computers or the telephone system that you have. Most bluetooth headsets can connect to both commuters and phones, including cellular phones.  


Cost is obviously an important consideration as well, especially if you have to buy many headsets for multiple employees or workstations. The cost can easily skyrocket and become a problem for a small business.  The more features that you have, the more you will pay for a headset. Name-brand models often also cost more because of brand recognition (though, in some cases, you really do get a better quality product). 


Finally, wireless headsets may have additional features that apply to your work environment (or don’t). These can include things like noise cancellation (great for call centers where many people talk at the same time), padding for comfort, or a lightweight and compact build that can be easily transported. These features will always influence the final cost of the product, so don’t pay for those you don’t need. 

Small Business Network Solutions from Delta Intellicom

Want to learn more about the ways we can help improve your business? Delta Intellicom can satisfy all of your telecommunication needs, whether you need help with your new VoIP system or just want to streamline your existing office phone network. We have served the Maryland, Washington, D.C, Northern Virginia, and Pennsylvania areas for over 20 years and offer an unparalleled customer experience. We have the expertise and products to fulfill all of your phone service and data needs. For more information, contact us online or give us a call at 1-800-946-3358. For more tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.