TelcoDepot Launches Educational Video Resource

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: September 29, 2011

TelcoDepot Launches Educational Video Resource

TelcoDepot, a New York-based provider of small business phone systems and network hardware, has announced it now has a well-stocked digital video library for small businesses and customers available on its website.

The video library includes a wide variety of video guides with step-by-step instructions on how to install and configure different phone systems. The videos are provided completely free of charge and accessible from a tab on the company homepage. They can also be downloaded to a computer or streamed live to a remote location, depending on the users preference.

Some of the topics for the videos include an Xlink BT Cellular Bluetooth Gateway demonstration, a USB phone recorder user guide, and the benefits of the Talkswitch VoIP phone system. There are also several short videos related to the Xblue X16 that demonstrate how to forward your calls to voicemail, how to set up an automated attendant, and how to change the music that plays when a user is on hole.

A company representative has released a short statement about the educational video series. They said, “As a service-first company, it has always been our primary objective to bridge the gap between phone systems technology and the end users who purchase them by providing quality service and assistance to ensure that the businesses that buy from us are fully empowered to derive the greatest benefit from their phone systems.”
 

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