Commonly we get a variety of questions regarding phone systems for businesses. Among them, many people ask about VOIP Phone Systems. VOIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol, or in more common terms phone service over the Internet. […]
Increase IT agility from the network
Advanced Communications & Maintenance SD-WANs make the network an agile IT resource through a software-based approach that enables IT to rapidly provision new branch offices, dynamically add new network and security functions, and seamlessly scale capacity as required. […]
Yealink T5 Series
Yealink announced the release of the new T5 Business Phone Series and VP59 Flagship Smart Video Phone. Being responsive to changes and demands in the marketplace, Yealink has designed and developed its novel T5 Series, the most advanced IP desktop phone portfolio in the industry. With the leading technology, the multifunctional T5 Business Phone Series provides the best personalized collaboration experience and great flexibility to accommodate the needs of the market. […]
Difference between a switch and a router
Think of a small office network setup as having a foundation of <a href=”#”>switches</a> and <a href=”#”>routers</a>. Knowing the difference between the two sorts out a lot of the confusion SMB owners may have about choosing the right networking hardware. […]
What is On-Premise Telephone System?
On-Premise telephone system is what some will refer to as a PBX, Key System or simply a telephone system. Not to get too technical, an on-premise system is when your telephone system is a physical device in your building. These system types can be on premise VoIP or digital. With on premise VoIP you will have dial tone from a traditional teleco, cable provider, or SIP trunk provider. This dial tone will come directly into your location and connect into the phone system. […]
What is a Hosted Phone System?
Hosted telephone system is a cloud based telephone system. The only hardware onsite are the physical telephones, handsets and a network PoE switch. The end user location is connected to the virtual phone system via the internet. The dial tone is provided by the hosting company and directed over the internet as well. […]