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- Powernet Newly Certified by the WBENC as a Women Owned Company
Powernet is pleased to announce it has earned national certification from the Women?s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), as a women-owned business. Founded in 1997,WBENC, is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit and the largest third-party certifier of women-owned businesses. Providing a national standard, in-depth review of the company and on site inspection is a rigorous process … Continue reading Powernet Newly Certified by the WBENC as a Women Owned Company →
- VoIP Shortage Expected due to Political Campaigns
Wholesale SIP carrier SipTrunks.org is predicting a shortage of VoIP paths and therefor has opened pre-registration for political campaign. In order to provide campaign teams and political robocall providers with enough capacity, the wholesale VoIP company decided to start working on a first come, first served basis. “Even though many people don’t like to receive … Continue reading VoIP Shortage Expected due to Political Campaigns →
- Telesphere selected as one of the Top Companies to Work for in Arizona
For the second year in a row, CareerBuilder and Republic Media announced today that Telesphere has earned a spot on the CareerBuilder Top Companies to Work for in Arizona list. Telesphere is the nation?s leading provider of fully hosted VoIP and unified cloud communications services for businesses. Top Companies were evaluated and selected based on … Continue reading Telesphere selected as one of the Top Companies to Work for in Arizona →
- Suddenlink Stays Ahead of Subscriber Demand With Device Provisioning and IP Address Management From Incognito Software
Incognito Software, a global provider of broadband software provisioning and service activation solutions, today announced that Suddenlink Communications, one of the largest cable operators in the United States, is using Broadband Command Center and Address Commander from Incognito Software to provision and manage IP addresses for its approximately 1.4 million subscribers. In addition to being … Continue reading Suddenlink Stays Ahead of Subscriber Demand With Device Provisioning and IP Address Management From Incognito Software →
- Allworx Introduces PowerFlex
Allworx, a Windstream company and award-winning developer of Internet Protocol based (IP) phones systems for businesses making the switch to bandwidth-based voice infrastructure, today introduced PowerFlex(TM), its new family of Ethernet switches. PowerFlex is specifically designed to complement its current product line. The benefits are simplified installation and added reliability for Allworx customers. “PowerFlex allows … Continue reading Allworx Introduces PowerFlex →
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Ever thought about how huge businesses manage to deal with so many calls? From internal communications between employees, to collaboration with remote branches, to incoming calls from clients or customers, the backbone of a business telephone system is their PBX, or "Private Branch Exchange." From the rudimentary days of the old plug-in, manually operated switchboard systems, to the modern computer controlled business telephone systems of today - it's more than just a means of communication - the PBX is how your business stays relevant in a fast paced business world. Let's have a look at what it takes to integrate the power of one of them into your everyday work-flow.
How you go about buying and integrating a phone system into your business will depend largely on what sort of functions and services it provides, and also how you will want to host it. What kind of internet connectivity does your business phone system have to have? Would you benefit more from having it at your office, or having a 3rd party host it? Will you need to have your system control several physical locations, and possibly forward telephone calls to cell phones or other remote locations?
Answering a few of these concerns can be vital to getting the most from the system. To assist you find those answers, here's some food for consideration...
You might need to see if you have space for the unit you're considering. A business PBX can vary in size from tiny units stashed on a shelf through huge ones demanding their own closet. A dazzling array of features is no small comfort if you fail to account for the amount of space the unit will take up, especially if space is a consideration.
You'll also need to take into consideration what your current infrastructure is, in regard to telephony. Many powerful PBX systems take special proprietary setups, extended networking, or wholly gutting your existing phone system to make way for the new. Others may be able to use a standard telephone system, or even your basic computer network - though you may also end up sacrificing features for flexibility and convenience. Many times, the proprietary setups use their special connectors and wiring to deliver more data and extra features.
If you'd prefer not fit a PBX into your business's physical location, there are hosting options available. Rather than installing a machine to service your business, a hosted PBX is a run remotely, usually leased on a monthly or yearly basis. The advantage is largely that you can take a hands off approach to the system, and have little investment in equipment. Calls can easily be routed to other numbers as well, such as cells and home phones. The advantages do come at a price though, with much of your system being tied up remotely, which can become a nightmare should you later switch to a local system. Transferring everything from menus to voicemail to extensions to the new system can become difficult.
"Can you hear me now?" isn't just a concern for your mobile phone. Making sure you're able to keep in touch around the office, and with the outside world is a very real and serious demand of modern business. Choosing a good, well rounded PBX to drive your business telephone system will ensure that you're not only able to keep voice communications flowing, but will also allow seamless integration with other modern technology, keeping your business agile and responsive to the market's demands. Hopefully this article has helped you determine what you really need.
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