VoIP News: IP PBX
Companies in the UK are gearing up for Christmas, with many likely to operate in a very different way to normal. Some firms will allow staff to work from home, while others will be forced to deal with high levels of annual leave, unusual working hours and reduced operations. As such, it makes sense to make plans to deal with such upheaval.
Posted on: 2012-12-19, in: IP PBX
Phones are becoming increasingly important in the workings of modern offices, with one organisation suggesting that everybody should have access to their own handset. Which VoIP has published a guide to the telecommunications market and highlighted the critical nature of phones. It said that while a small headquarters with just one or two people working can cope with a single phone line and device, anything larger than this really should be kitted out with more phones and superior technology.
Posted on: 2012-12-03, in: IP PBX
Once the decision to utilise a PBX for IP-based calls has been made by a forward-thinking company, the next issue on the agenda is likely to be whether a hosted or on-site version is the best choice. Luckily for all those who are facing this particular dilemma at the moment, Which VoIP has published a document that focuses on the issue in question. It noted there are advantages of both, so it is simply a case of working out which will fit best with the infrastructure and situation of each individual user.
Posted on: 2012-11-29, in: IP PBX
Over the coming years, it is likely that many of you will enjoy access to significantly improved broadband services. Speeds are due to rise and the arrival of updated technology will ensure this continues to be the case. In particular, the emergence of Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is set to be a major step forward and will offer the majority of the country the opportunity to enjoy much faster links to the web.
Posted on: 2012-08-31, in: IP PBX
More and more firms look likely to turn to IP telephony in the future, as the range of products now available on the market continues to expand and increase in quality. Doug Carolus and Nick Wray, senior associates at consultancy Pace Harmon, have written a piece for Network World published by CIO. com in which they look at the future of the industry.
Posted on: 2012-07-31, in: IP PBX
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