...Especially if they have lousy internet service
Because of its name, most people think of SD-WAN as being relevant only for companies with multiple sites. But SD-WAN can do wonders for many types of companies – even a single-site business located in a remote area with an unreliable internet connection. If you work with a company that fits this description, SD-WAN can resolve a lot of their VoIP issues.
Yealink’s W41P IP DECT phone solution brings a new level of flexibility to cordless phones in the workplace. The W41P package includes a W60B DECT base station, a T41S IP desk phone, and a DD10K DECT USB dongle that allows the IP phone to double as a DECT handset, so you get all the rich features and functionalities of VoIP combined with the convenience and mobility of DECT.
By Dorothy Murach, Marketing Manager at Grandstream Networks*
The on-premise vs. hosted IP PBX battle continues. Which to choose? Each IP PBX option comes with its own characteristics and benefits, and the key is to determine which works best for your business’s unique needs. While it may seem that everything is moving to the cloud, hosted IP PBX options are not right for everyone. I’ll help you navigate through the details of each to see which IP PBX is the right choice for you.
By Leo D’Alessandro, Product Marketing Manager, Sangoma Technologies
If you are looking for a cloud-based phone service for your business, you may find it confusing to decide between the many options available. The low cost of the internet infrastructure is allowing more companies to offer their own cloud-based phone solutions. Since many of them are already bundling local & long-distance calling, caller ID and voicemail into their monthly service, how do you know which option makes the most sense for your business?
Below are some of the top criteria to keep in mind when choosing your cloud-based service.
As unwanted and unexpected as they are, crises do happen, and being unprepared only makes them worse. In a 2017 PwC survey, 65 percent of respondents reported experiencing at least one crisis in the past four years. Despite their prevalence, a 2013 study by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer found that more than 40% of respondents had no type of plan in place for dealing with a crisis.
Regardless of your customer’s current state of readiness, you can help them improve their security measures and crisis response even more with applications that run on their data network. And, if they have an on-premise IP PBX, they already have an arsenal of tools available in their existing system.
Sangoma offers an ideal solution for the mobile employee in its new DC201 DECT Base + Handset system. This is a package that includes a DB20 DECT base station with a single D10 handset. The DC201 is an ideal starting point for establishing an internal wireless telephony system which you can later expand by adding additional handsets, as well as additional base stations to expand the coverage area.
Integrating Bluetooth technologies into IP desk phones transforms the phone into a Swiss Army knife-like device that allows a lot of useful functions, well beyond connecting a wireless headset. Here we look at innovative IP phones from Panasonic, Grandstream, Yealink, Snom, Sangoma, Allworx and Gigaset that have integrated Bluetooth and other productivity-enhancing features.
Sangoma has raised the bar for entry-level IP phones with the s205. Now, the robust feature sets ordinarily reserved for executive-level phones are available on this entry-level endpoint, giving access to productivity-enhancing functionality to all the employees in your organization, while controlling costs at the same time.
Find the conferencing solution that's made for you. Presenting the GVC3200 series.
By Dorothy Murach, Marketing Manager at Grandstream Networks
We all know that no two businesses are exactly alike, so why settle for conventional business communications solutions? Instead of accepting the idea that devices “just work that way,” we should be asking for products that “work OUR way.” With this in mind, Grandstream set out to create a line of video conferencing systems that are flexible, powerful and affordable — allowing businesses of all kinds to create a video conferencing solution that works the way they operate, not the other way around.
The GVC3200 series of video conferencing (VC) systems offers options that cover the diverse needs of businesses big, small and in-between. The series consists of three models: the GVC3200, GVC3202 and GVC3210. In this article we’ll explore each device in the GVC family and help you understand the flexibility and customization provided by each one — guiding you to choose a device that works the way your business does.