You’re Still Using A Business Communication System at Work?

Back in April, I wrote a blog about using phones at work. There are many reasons I wrote it, but mostly they related to all this “noise” I read about The post You’re Still Using A Business Communication System at Work? appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


The Cost of Not Updating a Healthcare Facility’s Phone System

Doctors, nurses and medical professionals alike know that, in healthcare, every second counts. Providing care for patients quickly and efficiently becomes especially important when tending to those in critical condition. The post The Cost of Not Updating a Healthcare Facility’s Phone System appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


What is FDMS (Fanvil Device Management System)?

Our tech support team at VoIP Supply offers great pre- and post-sales support plus provisioning, consultations, configuration, and installation help. We get a lot of VoIP hardware and software questions and would like to share the solutions with everyone.  In previous Mom’s calling Q&A series, we have discussed: Does the VVX x50 Series Support the VVX D60 Wireless Handsets? Today, we have more new real questions and answers from VoIP users just like you.   What is FDMS (Fanvil Device Management System)? Q: What is FDMS? Where can I find more information? A: FDMS is Fanvil’s Device Management System that allows users a way to centrally provision, register, upgrade and monitor their Fanvil devices. Check out the documents below to learn more: FDMS Update Manual FDMS Installation Manual  FDMS User Manual You can download the firmware here. STAY TUNED Come back for more VoIP questions and answers next time! If you have VoIP questions to ask us, please submit a technical support ticket or contact our VoIP experts today at (866) 582-8591  The post What is FDMS (Fanvil Device Management System)? appeared first on VoIP Insider. VoIP Insider


How to Set up Grandstream’s GDS 3710 IP Video Door System

Security monitoring is a must for almost every facility to create a safe environment. Grandstream’s GDS 3710 is one of the most popular IP video door systems at VoIP Supply as it also serves as a high-definition IP surveillance camera and IP intercom to offer facility access control for buildings of all sizes. This series is loaded with lots of features including: Built-in RFID chip reader for keyless entry Weatherproof metal casing and vandal resistant Built-in hemispheric camera of 180 degrees Built-in microphone and speaker Aside from the rich features that come with the GDS3710, our customers also love how easy and fast it is to set up this unit. With 3 simple steps, you are in control of your facility access. Let’s check it out! How to Set Up Grandstream’s GDS 3710 IP Video Door System 1.Ensure the GDS is assigned an IP address: Status> Network Info 2. Ensure Direct IP Call is enabled: SIP Settings> SIP Advanced Settings 3. Configure the IP address of the video phone and the remote PIN to open door: Door System Settings> Basic Settings> Number Called When Door Bell Pressed Interested in learning more about the GDS3710? Click here to download the Installation guide or simply raise your phone and give one of…


5 Ways a Hosted Phone System Can Help Small Businesses Succeed

Walking around and browsing the small businesses of the historic downtown areas of any city is an increasingly popular weekend activity across America. Especially with millennials, these older areas are The post 5 Ways a Hosted Phone System Can Help Small Businesses Succeed appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


3 Reasons Why You Should Subscribe to a Hosted Phone System

Statistics show that most of you reading this are subscribed to some sort of monthly service or delivery of goods. Music and video streaming services, meal kits, delivery of home The post 3 Reasons Why You Should Subscribe to a Hosted Phone System appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


IVR system for your business; is it the best choice?

IVR system for your business; is it the best choice? IVR systems have become widespread over the last decade. Subject of endless debates, this technology is a perfect solution to some and a less useful one to others. Let’s take a quick look at this omnipresent tool of call centers. Professionals working in call centers will tell you that the development of IVR has completely changed their trade (link). And the methods that are used to manage calls. Over the last years, the interactive voice response systems have become widespread. And now it forms the true backbones of call centers. Quick reminder: an IVR is a computer system that automatically processes the telephone calls received by a company. Callers are presented with several options that they can interact with. By pressing 1, or pressing 2 on their phone etc. the callers share valuable information. According to that choice the call is transferred to the proper department, or automatic information is provided. Cutting-edge technologies further can be integrated in some of these architectures. They can offer voice recognition, artificial intelligence and speech synthesis systems. A relief for businesses Generally, callers are identified and categorized when they call, benefiting from personalized assistance. Companies can even choose to program a hierarchical protocol amongst…


Top 5 Reasons for an On-Premise Phone System

There are many good reasons to put your Unified Communications phone system in the cloud.  For example: You don’t have to lay out the cost of the system upfront. You The post Top 5 Reasons for an On-Premise Phone System appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


State of Phone System Buying 2019

It’s a fact that in the near future, those entering the workforce will have no memory of what the workplace looked like before Unified Communications (UC). They will have never The post State of Phone System Buying 2019 appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


What Your Unified Communications Phone System Does in a Typical Day

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog explaining what Unified Communications is. If you use a UC phone system, you might not even know where it physically is. Perhaps The post What Your Unified Communications Phone System Does in a Typical Day appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


Why Phone System User Experience is Important

Ever tried to open a door with a vertical handle by pulling it, only to find it’s a “push door”? Or a door with an obvious “push” handle that inexplicably The post Why Phone System User Experience is Important appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


Firmware 7.2 – Level up your system

Was kann das Update für die Auerswald TK-Anlagen? Die Firmware-Version 7.2 ist veröffentlicht und steht ganz im Zeichen von „Open for more business“. Neben etlichen Verbesserungen, die vor allem Vieltelefonierer in ihrer täglichen Arbeit unterstützen, gibt es etliche spannende Neuerungen für Geschäftskunden. Wie man es bisher nur von den Systemtelefonen Der Originalartikel Firmware 7.2 – Level up your system wurde zuerst auf dem Auerswald Clever Blog veröffentlicht Auerswald Clever Blog. Auerswald Clever Blog


Tips for a Seamless Upgrade to a New Office Phone System

When upgrading an office phone system, arming yourself with information can guarantee an easier transition and a smoother sales process. Digium Product Marketing Manager Matthew Hilton and Digium Account Executive The post Tips for a Seamless Upgrade to a New Office Phone System appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


Level up your System: Firmware 7.0

Die Umstellung der Telefonanschlüsse auf All-IP ist in vollem Gange, viele Neuerungen werden integriert. Mit der Firmware 7.0 wollen wir auf diese Änderungen reagieren und aufkommende Anforderungen umsetzen. Im Fokus steht unsere COMpact Familie. Diese haben wir erneut aufgewertet und für die IP Anschlüsse fitter gemacht. Die neue, wie gewohnt kostenlose Firmware hat daher Der Originalartikel Level up your System: Firmware 7.0 wurde zuerst auf dem Auerswald Clever Blog veröffentlicht Auerswald Clever Blog. Auerswald Clever Blog


New Study Proves That Telemedicine Is Making our Healthcare System More Sustainable, Productive and Inclusive

As we embark on a new year, many of us start by thinking about making changes to our health and wellness goals, and how we can avoid visits to the doctor – both in the short term and as we get older. The truth is that, whether they’re due to smoking, depression or heart disease,  Read More The post New Study Proves That Telemedicine Is Making our Healthcare System More Sustainable, Productive and Inclusive appeared first on Vidyo Blog. Vidyo Blog


How Did Your Phone System Perform in 2016?

As the 2016 holiday season comes to a close and we prepare for the New Year, now is a good time to evaluate how your communications solution performed – not The post How Did Your Phone System Perform in 2016? appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


Asterisk is the top telephone switch system

So, Asterisk is a software implementation of a telephone private branch exchange which has the full range of what has been made for modern powerful telephone systems. This statement can be proved by enumerating some Asterisk’s available options list. Asterisk is the most trustworthy telephone exchange system because it works with not one but a number of various operators with dynamic call routing. So, in case something happens to one or more telephone operators, PBX clients won’t even feel this. In addition, Asterisk is the most profitable phone exchange system. It’s so because every single calling route is provided by a special client plan. Calls within city limits are unlimited, for instance, and are supplied by the city line. Long-distance calls made outside the city and the country limits are provided by UcallWeconn or Betamax. Finally, every single call is made with the most profitable tariff plan allowing one to save up to 80%. And eventually, Asterisk is the cheapest in sense of installation and support. For example Nortel – a telephone exchange system with options similar to those of Asterisk – Cisco and Avaya might cost up to $ 20.000-30.000. At the same time Asterisk’s installation and support is costless. The software implementation can be installed on next to…


Call Center features with 3CX Phone System

In today’s cut throat market, businesses of all sizes must be seen to be providing superior customer service to their existing and potential customers. Traditional proprietary PBX’s with call centre functionality have proven to be either too expensive or difficult to set up. 3CX changes this as it provides professional call center features within the 3CX Phone System Professional edition at an affordable price, allowing your business to focus on providing the best possible customer service. 3cx Phone system is a Windows based IP PBX system. By installing 3cx phone system you can save on costs by using existing Windows server, or install 3cx on a dedicated PC. Norcom has great features and you can connect many different IP phones such as Yealink, Snom, Grandstream, Cisco and so on. This means unlike most proprietary systems, you are not just tied to a limited number of choices that the manufacturer allows you, and you can change handsets down the track if something better comes along. 3cx has thousands of systems installed worldwide and is really gaining momentum here in the Australian market place. We rate this system very highly for it’s ease of operation, great built in software apps and ease of use for the average person. We think 3cx has…


PBX headaches with 3CX Phone System

3cx Phone system is a Windows based IP PBX system. By installing 3cx phone system you can save on costs by using existing Windows server, or install 3cx on a dedicated PC. 3cx has great features and you can connect many different IP phones such as Yealink, Snom, Grandstream, Cisco and so on. This means unlike most proprietary systems, you are not just tied to a limited number of choices that the manufacturer allows you, and you can change handsets down the track if something better comes along.3cx has thousands of systems installed world wide and is really gaining momentum here in the Australian market place. We rate this system very highly for it’s ease of operation, great built in software apps and ease of use for the average person. We think 3cx has done a good job to de-mystify phone system operation. Adding things like voice menus, changing office hours, changing names and adding speed dials to the company director as easy to use as any other windows program. Unify your communications with for Windows – an IP Phone System that completely replaces your proprietary PBX, supports standard SIP soft/hard phones, VoIP services and traditional PSTN phone lines. Pabx System is far less expensive than a traditional PBX and…