VoIP telephony has all the advantages of fixed telephony - a number in any numbering zone, stability, and quality of calls - at the same time, it is still cheaper. Despite the price battles conducted by operators for years and the gradual price...  Continue reading
When you base your office telephony on standard PBX, you can make calls from a stationary phone or a cordless phone. The main downside of that system is that neither of those options let you leave the office. Switching to VoIP communications changes...  Continue reading
If you have a small company, you’re always fighting for your place in the sun. It’s a constant struggle with the big corporations for money, employees, and technology. You’re forced to scrimp, make the least risky investments, and quickly latch onto ...  Continue reading
You’re probably all about IP telephony by now, but there are still some details to iron out. For example, you’ll need to figure out new technology and software, not to mention working your way through all the settings and services. It can be tri...  Continue reading
Welcome back to our simple coverage of complex issues. This time we’re going to be taking a look at unified communications (UC), who needs it, and what it has to do with Tetris and compasses. The term “unified” itself hints at the idea that we’re...  Continue reading