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Scalability? Why is this term important for modern day businesses

April 2, 2015 by Omar Sohail,

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Technological advancements are coming up with far newer ways and techniques on how to remove several limitations from organizations in order for them and its employees to stay productive and efficient. However, these advancements would also force modern day organizations to expeditiously respond to a change to the market at a much quicker pace. One of the terms that we keep on hearing in several organizations is scalability. Scalability is the term used to define the amount of operations that exponentially grow along with the size and functionality of the business. Why does this term matter so much in the world of business?

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Switching your business from ISDN to SIP made easy

January 13, 2015 by Omar Sohail,

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Integrated Services for Digital Network or ISDN used to be a communication standard for businesses as it was capable of transiting data packets necessary for voice, data, video and other networks services over the traditional circuits of the public switched telephone network. Now, SIP Trunking has become the universal communication standard since its features and other perks have a clear advantage over ISDN. However, if business owners are still reluctant to switch over to the new form of communication technology, they will be please to know that switching from ISDN to SIP is much simpler than rumors would have them believe.

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What will 2015 hold for business owners and their communication setups?

December 2, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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2014 was the year when several business owners made the prudent decision of shifting to different communication setups in order to replace theirdiminishing and unreliable legacy PBX systems. While these business owners should have made the switch at an earlier period in time, it’s always ‘better late than never’. However, for businesses and organizations that are still hooked on to running legacy PBX systems, 2014 is about to come to an end, which only means that you get to have a fresh 12 month period to re-strategize your organization’s overall communication position. In other words, 2015 will hold several opportunities for you.

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5 myths of SIP Trunking, debunked

October 23, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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Here are 5 myths of SIP Trunking that have been debunked in order to muster up confidence in business owners to make the switch to the new platform VoIP communications has displayed an increasing amount of momentum in the couple of years that will most likely overshadow legacy equipment in the coming years. Naturally, even though there are numerous benefits to its applications such as SIP Trunking (which is a VoIP service based on the Sensation Initiation Protocol),

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Wavetel SIP Trunking vs. Legacy ISDN: Which one should you keep?

October 2, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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ISDN does offer several advantages over PSTN networks, but does it stand a chance against SIP Trunking services? Let us find out. ISDN offers several cost advantages over PSTN services. That advantage’s scalability increases in those organizations which have employed the use of multiple telephone lines. While this platform has several benefits, it cannot provide the many golden perks that Wavetel’s SIP Trunking possesses. However, are those perks so large in number that they will incline business owners to make the business communication switch to SIP Trunking? Let us take a look.

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SIP Trunking and Unified communications: What does it mean for your business?

September 26, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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The term ‘unified communications’ might be known to a few people, but it being a feature of SIP Trunking can take your business to new heights. While SIP Trunking holds an abounding number of features for the supplementation of businesses that are in need of improving their communication setups, there is another feature that allows SIP Trunking to be placed in the highest stratum of a business communication setup. That feature is known as unified communications. The term ‘unified communications’ might be branded as arcane, but its benefits will serve you better than the doubts that you are currently embroiled in. What is meant by unified communications?To understand the capabilities of SIP Trunking setups, you must first become knowledgeable on what is a unified communication setup.

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How SIP Trunking balances work and leisure for your employees?

September 11, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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The arrival of SIP Trunking has given rise to several perks besides ease of communication. It is able to create a balance of work and leisure for the employees.In several parts of the globe, where companies are forced to downsize and either lay off employees or make them work long hours with decreased pay, it has started to become increasingly difficult for employees of a business communication setup to develop a balance between work and leisure

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SIP Trunking: Why should your business switch over?

June 25, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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Unfortunately, several forms of equipment present at the office premises (the ones which aid employees and workers with day to day operations) require routine maintenance or replacement cycles which can end up incurring a significant amount of costs for the organization. Additionally, previous generation equipment normally takes up a lot of office space, which causes quite a bit of friction for employees and their level of productivity.

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PBX reseller: a comprehensive guide to your business communication setup

June 20, 2014 by Omar Sohail,

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A private branch exchange or PBX happens to be a system that is able to connect the telephone lines of a company with outside public telephone networks (this will include mobile networks as well). A variant of PBX, called IP PBX is a form of PBX that provides a combination of audio, video, and instant messaging communication. There are several advantages of using a PBX system over a traditional phone system. One of those primary reasons happens to be improved productivity and reduced overheads in an organization.

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