Through VoIP, customers and drivers alike are able to connect anywhere, and save money while doing it.
From choosing the right bundled services, to writing a voice over IP (VoIP) RFP, to making sure you’re getting a true VoIP system and not just VoIP service, we give you the information you need to switch over.
The PA-IP by Viking Electronics provides an interface between new VoIP phone systems and analog paging systems for companies marrying the two.
The “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend related to smartphones, tablets and laptops may ease the technology burden for enterprises large and small—yet at the same time it slows down communication networks because of increased bandwidth reliance. The results? Voices echo or break up on business phone service. Streaming audio and video are slow, choppy […]
VoIP has been taking over the corporate communications world for some time now, but people still aren’t aware of all of the features.
Audio is a large, and largely overlooked, factor in enabling spaces with AV technology. Whether a huddle room, medium-sized space, large conference area or multipurpose space, ensuring that audio is crisp and clear should be given serious consideration.
Every aspect of each interaction adds up to the total impression your customers have of your brand. Even facets that people don’t usually consider part of brand identity can have a big impact. Take your telecommunications system, for example.
Today’s “smartphones” do more than make phone calls. Similarly, just about any tablet or mini-tablet, including an iPod Touch, not to mention any notebook or desktop computer, can also act as a telephone. But, even the term telephone does not truly encompass what these devices can do. Learn how to cut fees and use your mobile device for your telecom needs.
The 1100TEL is a device that provides access to a GLOBALCOM system to allow announcements and messages to be made from a VoIP telephone system. It supports up to eight simultaneous active VoIP audio channels. The interface allows users to make live announcements, delayed (recorded) announcements, or launch pre-recorded messages by using either the DTMF interface or based on the telephone extension used to access the device.