All posts by Bhagwad Park

VoIP – A Solution for Productivity and Not just for Calling

Posted on: 2018-04-20 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Every organization has communication needs. It is key to the success of a company in any industry. Though it became popular early on as a cheap alternative to voice calling, VoIP has become so much more. A bare-bones VoIP phone service won’t cost much but even a more advanced system is inexpensive compared to traditional…

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VoIP Changes with your Business Environment

Posted on: 2018-04-13 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Organizations everywhere are rushing to deploy VoIP. Whether it is hosted services or on-premise SIP trunking solutions, VoIP is fast becoming a must-have for businesses. Although VoIP has been around since the 90s, it is still new to many enterprises. Adoption flagged during the global economic downturn but it is quickly picking up again. VoIP…

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Broadband and VoIP – The Explosion

Posted on: 2018-04-03 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

VoIP is a hot topic in enterprise IT circles again. There are few businesses that aren’t considering the switch to VoIP sooner or later. Some companies are opting for cloud VoIP services while others are busy deploying their own SIP trunk solution. Whether it is new features, low prices or security concerns, VoIP related news…

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How does Disaster Recovery work with VoIP?

Posted on: 2018-03-27 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Concepts of disaster recovery, crisis management, and business continuity are not new to enterprises. Most businesses already have systems to protect their people – evacuation routes, fire exits, and the like. Regulations for workplace safety and employee health have been around for quite some time. Of late, disaster recovery and business continuity have become hot…

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What is Dynamic Caller ID for VoIP?

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VoIP based phone systems differ from analog PBX tools, yet some parts remain familiar to users. VoIP calls travel over data networks like the Internet. Traditional phone calls use the PSTN instead. Yet, the user experience remains the same on both platforms. People don’t need specific training to use VoIP systems. You pick up the…

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How VoIP Makes “Work From Home” a Cinch!

Posted on: 2018-03-20 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

Every business has to work on attracting and retaining talent in a competitive economy. Given the severe skills shortage and talent gap in many industries, the ability to retain good employees is vital for companies. Apart from compensation, perks and benefits play an important role in this process. Some businesses boast of their work culture…

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The Role of Encryption with VoIP

Posted on: 2018-03-13 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

It is hard to avoid the subject of security when talking about any enterprise technology. With security breaches making headlines almost every day, organizations are concerned about securing their networks. Much of the public spotlight falls on securing data from unauthorized access. High profile incidents in the past have demonstrated the ease with which criminals…

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What Does Vermont’s Decision on VoIP Regulation Mean for Customers?

Posted on: 2018-03-07 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

VoIP has made headlines time and again but not always for the right reasons. In recent years, the media has focused on the wrangling between states and cable companies on the topic of VoIP regulation. The debates and court cases have been raging for years, at both the state and federal level. To Regulate Or…

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The Limitations of Skype for Businesses

Posted on: 2018-02-23 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

If you are looking to purchase VoIP for your business, you have a lot of options. You have several decisions to make and the choices can be overwhelming. Do you want control over your own infrastructure or want someone else to manage the service for you? How do you decide which service offers the best…

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Using a vLAN for VoIP Traffic

Posted on: 2018-02-16 | Categories: SIP | 0 Comments

VoIP adoption has been growing steadily over the past few years but this has not always been the case. In the early days of VoIP, call quality and reliability were two of the main reason for businesses to stick to the PSTN. After all, the Plain Old Telephone System (POTS) had been working reliably for…

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