Perhaps you’ve been reading about VoIP – voice over the Internet – or talking to people about it, and have come to the conclusion that VoIP is not suitable for your business and your people, for any of a number of reasons.
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Hosted PBX, otherwise known as Virtual PBX, is good if it makes business sense for your company or organisation. In other words don’t just move to host PBX for purely technological reasons, to keep up with the Joneses, or just because a pushy salesperson says you should.
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Hosted PBX is a VoIP phone system that is online – hosted in the Internet or the Cloud and hence sometimes referred to as Virtual PBX – that is able to feature all the capabilities of a traditional PBX telephone system, and more
The traditional telephony concept of trunking has been carried across to VoIP, so that your VoIP provider can set you up with a cost-effective connection to the telephone network to carry all your company’s voice and data traffic.
VoIP technology has many possibilities. VoIP can be used for voice, fax, SMS and voice messaging services across the Internet (these days often referred to as “the Cloud”) compared with long-established public switched telephone network (PSTN).
As Ovum forecasts social messaging apps will cost operators US$32.6bn in 2013 growing to over US$86.0bn in 2020, Neha Dharia, consumer analyst at Ovum explains how she believes social messaging will continue its rise in 2013:
The use of PC headsets which are connected to the employees’ computers makes it easier for them to follow through with the meeting without having to leave their desks. In addition, the use of high-quality computer headsets is undeniably effective in keeping the staff’s attention to focus in business meetings or in marketing as they can speak naturally and effectively while deploying their sales pitch or their ideas, since they can virtually separate themselves from their immediate environment.
NICE Interaction Management R4.1, the latest version of NICE’s recording platform, is compliant with key contact center solutions from Avaya, a global provider of business collaboration and communication solutions.
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IVR Technology Group (ITG), a leading provider of intelligent voice response solutions and Fundtech, a market leader in global transaction banking solutions
TANGIBLE IP, LLC announced the sale of a patent portfolio in the desktop telephony area to a Fortune 500 company earlier this month.
Anittel reveals a three year “multi-million” dollar deal with regional employment organisation Joblink Plus to roll the solution out to its 300 users and 37 regional offices across NSW.
3CX Phone System 11 is a major release containing many new features, improvements and bug fixes, including native 64 bit support , inbuilt Video support , numerous queue features, improved performance and increased security with new features like Pin protection and Country blocking
ShoreTel® (NASDAQ; SHOR), the leading provider of brilliantly simple premise and cloud-based business phone system and communication solutions with fully integrated unified communications (UC), today announced financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2012, which ended March 31, 2012.
With Unified Communications becoming a necessity in today business, eTellicom with the IMX adds a powerhouse competitor to the market.
The efficient Project Management by means of GanttChart for IBM Rational ClearQuest.
GN Netcom’s innovative headset solutions are critical enablers in successful customer end-user adoption of Unified Communications
Interact’s SPOTbuild and SPOTproof help telephony developers accelerate time to market and reduce development costs.
Chris McDermott adds leadership expertise to innovative independent software vendor
Conference Controller allows mobile workers to access enterprise conferencing capabilities from their handset.