October 7, 2015 Posted By : Telx Telecom
Cisco SPA504G VoIP Phone Review
The Cisco SPA504g is a 4 line VoIP phone for hosted VoIP or premise based IP PBX systems.
We scoured the web for reviews on the SPA504G, and here is what we found:
The Cisco SPA504G is a very good phone. With HD voice supported, it delivers excellent voice quality in an intuitive and well-made piece of hardware. The OnSIP team is thrilled to see another manufacturer taking steps to bring HD voice to midrange phones that won’t cost customers an arm and a leg.
Read More: http://www.onsip.com/voip-phone-reviews/cisco-spa504g
The Cisco SPA 504G uses standard encryption protocols to perform highly secure remote provisioning and unobtrusive...
September 30, 2015 Posted By : devtelx
Do you Still Need a Fax Machine?
Although universally despised by most office goers, the fax machine and its contemporaries, are far from obsolescence. But why? In an era of self-driving cars and digital assistants, fax machines continue largely for a few reasons:
HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) has necessitated the transference of mountains of paperwork between doctors, labs, and insurers in order to be “secure”. Although much of the regulations remain mysterious and poorly understood, most healthcare practitioners have interpreted this to mean – “use faxes over email.”
Lee Kim, Director of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, says, “a document which is ...
September 10, 2015 Posted By : Telx Telecom
How Video Collaboration Is Building Smarter Workforces
We live in a mobile, social, global world and it shows in the way business gets done. Workers are increasingly on the go and embracing the flexibility of mobile communications to balance the demands of the office in the most efficient and productive way possible. Companies that provide the best collaboration capabilities, suitable for conducting business with anyone, anywhere, will stand out among the others and gain a competitive advantage.
Video conferencing is evolving rapidly—how it's used, where it's used, by whom and for what—and its use as an enterprise productivity tool is also growing rapidly. If you had any doubts, consider that the majority desktop and mobile devices...
September 2, 2015 Posted By : Avi Vaknin
Calling From Cloud Nine – Cloud Based PBX hosting
The wide availability and eventual affordability of mobile phones revolutionized business towards the end of the last century. But unless business owners were prepared to pay the high charges for roaming, or deal with the inconvenience of buying new SIM cards for every international location they needed to travel to, the convenience of mobile phones was limited to being within a given regional network. (more…)
August 26, 2015 Posted By : Avi Vaknin
The ring group feature allows you to have incoming calls to be redirected to different destinations that are included in your Ring Group, where a member of the group is able to answer. When you receive a call to a DID routed to a Ring Group, all members of that group will ring at the same time until one of them answers the call. You can add various types of members to a ring group: Main Account, Sub Accounts, SIP URI’s, Call Forwarding.
Why use Ring Groups? Aside from the ease in which incoming callers can be identified, You can also select which voicemail should be used by the system in case none of the members answer the call. The limit of members in Ring Group is 12: Up to 8 (SIP....
August 5, 2015 Posted By : Avi Vaknin
Top 6 Best VoIP Phones for Business
Before buying a business phone system, there are a few things that are important to figure out related to VoIP Phones for Business:
What kind of phone system do you need? Does your office need physical telephones or will a virtual phone service suffice?
If your business needs actual phones, what kind of service do you want? You will need to choose between a traditional landline telephone service or a system that runs over the internet (Voice over Internet Protocol)
If you select VoIP, do you want a self-hosted (at your office) or cloud-based (managed offsite). Which is the best phone system for me?
Here is our overview of the very Best VoIP Phones for Business available in...
July 29, 2015 Posted By : Liam Beliveau
Skype for Business Communication
Running a business means that you are constantly looking for ways to reduce expenditures and maximize profit. How can you stay ahead of the competition? Is Skype for Business the Solution?
July 21, 2015 Posted By : Avi Vaknin
Bluetooth Enabled Technology
Bluetooth has been around for about 15 years. Named after Denmark’s King Harald “Bluetooth” Blatand, who reigned in the 10th Century AD, it is a technology that is rapidly gaining in importance, connecting devices and simplifying everyday tasks; from hands-free calling, to streaming live music, Bluetooth will soon be in nearly every device.
July 16, 2015 Posted By : Avi Vaknin
5 Top Ways SIP Trunking
Telecommunications is evolving, with new technologies increasing efficiency and reducing capital expenditure. One of these new developments is in SIP trunking. SIP Trunking is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and streaming media service based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) by which Internet telephony service providers (ITSPs) deliver telephone services and unified communications to customers equipped with SIP-based private branch exchange (IP-PBX) and Unified Communications facilities. For larger companies with multiple locations, centralized SIP Trunking designs can result in a reduction of spending for trunks and a decrease in spending, according to Gartner....
July 6, 2015 Posted By : Avi Vaknin
Internet Phone Service for Small & MidSize Businesses in Miami
Initially, one of the major concerns in the deployment of an Internet phone service was the reliability and predictability of the call’s quality. VoIP was found to work perfectly on Local Area Networks (LAN) when all the phones, software or physical, shared the same wire and had little or no competition for bandwidth. However when making long distance calls across a Wide Area Network (WAN) things became far more unpredictable. Just like data applications running Client/Server models that required timely responses, VoIP was finding that IP’s inherent strength, its inbuilt robustness and error detection and correction techniques, made it ironically unsuitable for voice. IP would have to...