Starting September 1st, Digium will be changing the way Switchvox is sold!
In the past when you have been quoted for a new Switchvox UC system, your quote included a Switchvox appliance, complete UC package, and licensing for 10 users at the Silver level.
Beginning September 1st, the appliance and the UC package will no longer be bundled with 10 users and phone feature packs.
Why the Change? …
If you are looking to upgrade your VoIP System to a newer one or upgrade your VoIP phones to the latest and greatest, perhaps you have thought about what to do with your old VoIP Equipment.
VoIP Supply is a fantastic place to start your research. VoIP Supply’s Reclaim program buys back old VoIP equipment and gives you credit towards your new VoIP System or VoIP Phones.
How Reclaim Program Works
First, you need to accept the fact that you have old VoIP equipment and you have to want to get rid of it.
There is no room for hoarders in the Reclaim program. Once you have accepted that fact and are ready to be out with the old, contact our Reclaim Specialist, Mike Rehac. Email …
Note: This is the first installment of a three part series aimed at how VoIP systems can help law firms. Click here for Part II and Part III.
If you’re familiar with the capabilities of a well-built VoIP phone system, then you know exactly how an office environment can benefit from reduced costs and enhanced capabilities. That’s all fine and dandy, you figure. But what if your office environment isn’t like every other business?
What if you’re running a legal firm and you need to know that your clients’ phone calls are handled properly 100% of the time?
When communicating properly is your organization’s lifeblood, you can use an integrated solution like VoIP to keep you constantly connected to the outside world. In this blog series, you’ll …
Note: This is the 3rd installment in the Switchvox vs. 3CX series. Click here for Part I and Part II.
For most people, witnessing the advances in phone and voice technology has been all about mobile smartphones. It’s great that we have so many apps on our phones, that we can access the Internet at a moment’s notice, and that our phones are capable of doing so much more for us than they could even ten years ago.
But what about unified communications (UC) and mobile solutions together? How comprehensive has the technology really gotten? Let’s answer that question by looking at a few of the potential solutions you can use at your company from companies like Switchvox and 3CX, two of …
Note: This is the 2nd installment in the Switchvox vs. 3CX series. Click here for Part I.
In the world of VoIP, today’s businesses expect a lot of options. Phone conferencing, voice mail emails, call forwarding, software that has comprehensive reporting – it’s all expected as part of the regular package.
So if all of those solutions are considered standard in today’s industry, what exactly is going to set VoIP providers apart from the competition?
In the cases of Switchvox and 3CX, the answer is simple: a lot, actually. And yet these two VoIP solutions are not identical.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages that make these two companies different – and what that might …
What is a wireless VoIP network, and how can it help your business?
For the VoIP user, it’s just like making a regular phone call. VoIP access is much cheaper than traditional phone plans because VoIP service providers are using the existing infrastructure of the internet – they don’t have to build or maintain their own network of lines and towers.
A wireless VoIP network simply uses WiFi to access the internet. It’s a lot like setting up a wireless network in your house that you’d use with your laptop. In fact, companies like Cisco and Netgear that make networking devices for home networks also make VoIP devices. You might even be able to use your existing WiFi as your wireless VoIP network, depending on …
Too many small business owners hear the phrase “Voice over IP” or “VoIP” and instantly dismiss the idea as being too technical for them. But the truth is that VoIP hardware and software are not at all that difficult to use and can even make the entire experience of using a phone system more intuitive.
Of course, finding out just how intuitive they can be requires using them first.
Enter Switchvox and 3CX, two powerful services for VoIP that both offer comprehensive and yet distinct solutions for your business’ phone problems. In this series, we’ll take a look at what each of these services has to offer you – as well as their strengths and even weaknesses – and bring you up to date …
Note: This is the first installment in a three part series.
Like most people you’re probably accustomed to using a cell phone. So, why not have that same freedom of movement in the workplace?
Mobility is one of the major benefits of a Wireless VoIP solution.
However, wireless VoIP is not as mature as cellular technology so best practice is to have reasonable expectations of what to expect from these types of systems.
How Does Wireless VoIP Work?
Wireless VoIP, as the term suggests, is a VoIP phone freeing you from the constraints of wires. It is similar in fit, finish and functionality to traditional VoIP phones expect that on the wireless versions, the Ethernet port on the phone is not required to connect to your LAN or your …
Note: This is a guest post by James Kander, North American Sales Manager for Polycom KIRK, and is the final installment in a three part series. Click here for Part I and Part II.
Completing this series on when to choose DECT over Wi-Fi, Jim Kander, North American Sales Manager for the Polycom KIRK line, joins us one last time to provide you with the best practices for installation and advice on things you need to make sure you do and things you should be sure to avoid.
To recap, Part I of this series helped users distinguish the differences between DECT (Polyom KIRK ) and Wi-Fi (Polycom SpectraLink) and Part II outlined what’s needed to make the solution work.
Site Surveys Key to Wireless Installation
VoIP Supply: Jim, you’ve cleared …