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Unified Communications Equipment Financing: Lowest Rate Does Not Always Equal Best Price

If you are a small to medium sized business, in the market for technology or unified communications equipment or a Value Added Reseller (VAR), the next couple paragraphs could save you a lot of heartburn. 382 more words

Equipment Leasing

With SIP, Less is the New More

Hello, my name is Andrew Prokop and I am a public radio addict. Except on rare occasions, Minnesota Public Radio is the only station I listen to on my home stereo (do you youngsters still call them stereos?). 1,057 more words

SIP

VoIP flexibility makes it the only choice for businesses

Over recent years many businesses have have made the move over to VoIP technology, and it appears that many more organisations are quickly planning to make the switch. 299 more words

Asterisk

Rummaging Through the SIP Closet

I have a difficult time throwing things out.   Perhaps it’s due to my optimistic nature.  I always feel that no matter how long something has sat around unused, there is a good chance that it will prove useful sometime in the near future.  780 more words

SIP

Losing Control of the Media...Service

By Chris Vitek

Media services are among the least understood elements of IP-based communications, but they are the most important.  Change something on the media service and it affects all users.  773 more words

WebRTC

The value of lagged copies for Exchange 2013

Let’s talk about… lagged copies.

For most Exchange administrators, the subject of lagged database copies falls somewhere between “the Kardashians’ shoe sizes” and “which of the 3 Stooges was the funniest” in terms of interest level. 1,130 more words

UC&C

Home Worker Profile

Home working will be an increasingly prevalent way of working as flexible working gains traction and businesses look to reduce costs through decreasing their need for office space. 162 more words