Open Source Voip
The debate around which phone system method reigns supreme has been building for years. Most modern vendors will offer either a hosted or on-premise offering, which can limit their perspective
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Customer satisfaction (CSAT) is a metric that is always important, and one that Sangoma tracks closely. Many businesses, like us, know that this is really what keeps the business running.
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Any time you are given a tool, and it is put in your hand, the body naturally wants to take that tool and make it part of itself. The mind will discover how to bend, twist, angle, and manipulate the tool finding its usefulness.
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The importance of considering network security in VoIP/UC deployments cannot be understated. Unsecured VoIP networks are vulnerable to the same threats as regular data networks as well as many more,
The concept of the end of voicemail is not new and has been around for years. I read a blog recently about “the millennials” killing all kinds of stuff, including
The Sacramento Waldorf campus turned 60 years old and the worldwide school is celebrating its 100-year anniversary. Here’s a look at the festivities and history of the school. View the Full Sacramento Bee article here
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Yesterday, I wrote a blog called “Is it Possible to Outgrow an Open Source PBX?”. The blog was misconstrued with regards to how I stated the premise of situations that
An update to this blog post can be found here. Many small businesses have started with an open source PBX like FreePBX or another one based on Asterisk. But once