Voice to Text and Beyond

How the world has changed over the past couple of decades? In the last 15 years, the technology we use daily is a by-product of an unprecedented rate of evolution. In the 1990s, email was a revolutionary tool for many people but today, it is merely a basic necessity. A ...

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Simplifying VoIP Monitoring

It is virtually impossible to get the most out of VoIP if you are not consistently monitoring your VoIP service. Digital telephony is highly dependent on the quality of your network, and let’s face it, no network is perfect. It will often experience downtime, peak traffic issues and infrastructure and ...

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The Net Neutrality Controversy

Over the past couple of years, one of the more interesting subjects to grace headlines is regarding information services such as the Internet. Specifically, net neutrality has sparked much debate between those passionate about personal and business rights as well as those vested in government decision making processes. The fact ...

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VoIP for Schools

Schools can often have a rocky relationship when adapting to new technologies. Usually, only the wealthiest schools will have a laid out plan for technology adoption and implementation, meaning the vast majority are in a race to catch up, and often implement new tech in a piecemeal fashion. Many times ...

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Got VoIP? Is it Secure?

Telephone security has always been a concern, especially for companies and government agencies that routinely use telephone calls for exchanging sensitive information. On the corporate side, industrial espionage is very real and some of your competitors will stop at nothing to learn your trade secrets. Before the age of VoIP, ...

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