VoIP, the Voice over Internet Protocol, is a way to use the Internet to make phone calls. It’s been around since the mid-1990s. Since then the number of businesses using it has steadily increased, and so has the variety of ways they’re using it. In this guide we’re going to compare VoIP to traditional office […]
Eliminating the Ceiling of Complexity and Competition for ShoreTel Partners Straight Facts, No Bull!
E911 is becoming a critical issue for more and more organizations, especially as California and Michigan consider joining 16 other states in implementing E911 legislation that imposes specific requirements on organizations with multi-line telephone systems (MLTS).
Here at OAISYS, one of the things we love most about ShoreTel is its dedication to fulfilling its promise of brilliant simplicity, as it’s a mission philosophy we also share. A few months ago, we had opportunity to fulfill that mission and land a major new customer as a result.
The power of IP telephony goes well beyond reliable dial tone and cost savings. The intelligence built in to each phone offers application-based services that can ensure safety, streamline business processes and drive collaboration. All these services comprise what we refer to as “Critical Communication.”
SIP trunk installations take just minutes with an Ingate SIParator at the customer edge. With that one device a whole new world of opportunities for Unified Communications is also instantly available.
Wikipedia’s definition of Unified Communications (UC): UC is the integration of real-time communication services, such as: Instant messaging (chat) Presence information Telephony (including IP telephony) Video conferencing Data sharing Call control and speech recognition with non-real-time communication services, such as: Unified messaging (integrated voicemail, email, SMS, and fax). UC is not a single product, but […]
What the Internet did to forever alter access to information; the Mobile Internet is doing to forever change the face of computer networking – for better or for worse. The move to mobility is placing unprecedented demands on Wi-Fi technology to become more “wire-like” to support isochronous, latency-sensitive applications like streaming IP voice and video […]