Tag Archives: VOIP
For companies installing new VoIP systems in 2012 who decide to open extensions to smartphones, the issues of 2011 are still on the radar. Wednesday October 26, 2011 Infonectics Research released a report on how Smartphone hacking is fueling big … Continue reading
The 3CX Blog has announced that their 3CX Phone System has earned the company a place on Everything Channel’s 2011 CRN Emerging Technology Vendor list. 3CX is a telecommunications developer of Windows-based PBX software. The annual list features the most … Continue reading
While ResearchAndMarkets.com is showing increased use of wireless VoIP applications and handsets, it may be too early to do away with all of the companies wired SIP handsets. This report on how consumer use of Wi-Fi Cuts Broadband Speeds out … Continue reading
3 Clients in a shared building utilize a Managed VOIP System on site. Lines and VoIP Support are provided by Telewebtech over a Cable broadband connection. Continue reading
The only non-risky, cost-saving business IT standard mentioned in a blog was VOIP, and how small businesses are looking it over. Continue reading
I’ve begun a very important test. I’ll spend the next few months living in Paris, working from an apartment using WiFi. Disclaimer: No one asked me to actually work while I am here (but they didn’t stop sending emails and leaving messages either). Continue reading
This is the bulk of the review: its not a newbie system. Though not difficult, the engineers on our team felt the front-end was a bit clunky and not intuitive. Continue reading
Skype has rolled out several products for businesses this year. With many smaller companies including NPOs already using Skype’s consumer services to reduce international and long-distance charges, it seemed inevitable the service would open up a plan for business services. The overview seems simple enough: attach Skype to a current PBX as a specific call plan for inter-office (internal) calls and add credits for low-cost international/long-distance calls to non-skype users.
After reviewing the extensive list of perks on Skype’s Business Homepage, I narrowed down their to several benefit claims in order of frequency: Pricing, Business Features, and Ease of Integration.
AT&T has been talking to regulators, quietly, about ending POTs telephony in the USA (Article) with filings in December 2009 and comments to the US Federal Communications Commission as it considers a new broadband plan. That makes this an essential time to plan for your company’s next communications platform. It also means your business has more options available from a greater variety of service providers. But is your tech team ready to take on the responsibility, is it even a part of their role, and what is Unified Communications? Continue reading
While a lot of hype is being made about being carbon-neutral. IT projects are some of the most difficult to manage with ecology in mind. So difficult in fact that many VOIP solution providers just focus on the positive savings and performance of new systems, ignoring their impact. So, what green initiatives do new Open and Proprietary VOIP Systems offer and what are the drawbacks?