It should be no secret by now that VoIP is a valuable business asset. When it first appeared in the '90s, it was more of a novelty than anything else. Some companies may have invested in it, but for the most part people were satisfied using landline connections. But the technology behind VoIP has made leaps and bounds in the way of progress, leading to an explosion in popularity - namely with enterprises. According to industry expert Tak Sato, this is chiefly thanks to modern VoIP's ability to save an organization significantly on their communications bills.