There doesn't seem to be a blog carnival devoted to IP Telephony or VoIP, so I started one! What is a blog carnival? It is a periodic (every two weeks in this case) roundup of blog posts from any blog interested in participating. Typically the posts are all on a specific theme. Each carnival is either hosted by a central blog or by a rotating set of blog hosts who are willing to take on the job. The great part for readers AND blog writers is that a collection of great posts is put together in one place all on a worthwhile theme. That means more readers and more things to read for everyone, plus the opportunity for blogs to get found by new readers and readers to find new blogs.
So, we are going to start one of these off right here. The topic will be 'Introductions.' That means anything new, any kind of announcement, any thing at all that can be associated with the idea of introductions. Even just an analysis of a new service from somebody else. The roundup of all posts will be posted on Tuesday Oct 13th and anyone interested in taking part should submit a post to alanlindsaycbp at gmail dot com by Friday Oct 9th.
VoIP makes a lot of sense for educational institutions—and it’s not just because of the substantial cost savings. Other benefits include increased efficiency and integration options. Emergency responsiveness can even be improved. more
When was the last time you evaluated the performance of your current business phone system? For most people, the answer is too long ago. Phone systems are one of the most overlooked tools in business, even though they’re also one of the most important in terms of employee productivity. more
For years, all kinds of businesses depended on Private Branch Exchange (PBX) phone systems to help facilitate direct, line-to-line communication. Over the course of the past decade, however, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology quickly became the go-to resource for brands. more
While more businesses make the switch to VoIP every single day, there are also many that choose to stay with the system they are used to.The rationale is almost always the same. You don’t want to shake things up when what you are already using is working. more