Tag Archive: SIP

Jun
09
2011

Unified Communications – Do You Know What You Need?

Keeping in line with some recent posts, there are a lot of good questions businesses should be asking when considering UC. For now, I’ll focus on this audience – another time, I’ll raise some questions for businesses already deploying UC. Like several other questions in this space, there are many answers, and sources to draw from. …

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May
11
2011

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking – Adding Value to Unified Communications (UC)

When thinking about Unified Communications (UC), there are several moving parts to consider. It’s easy to think about UC as a complete solution, but of course, the more applications you have, the more integration is required across the business. On the most basic level, UC must be compatible with your IT environment, including having sufficient …

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May
03
2011

How Do You Know When Unified Communications is Working?

Sounds like a simple question, but there are many possible answers. Unlike a legacy PBX, which only does one thing, Unified Communications is multifaceted. First off, a PBX is primarily a product–it’s tangible and has a fixed asset value. Phone systems last a long time, and Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) service pretty much has 100% up …

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