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This is the second half of a two part article on hosted PBXs. Click here to read  Hosted Phone Systems VS Premise Based PBXs written on September 12, 2010. Ensure that the proposal they are providing you with is complete; this proposal looks like they are just providing you with the cost to rent/lease the equipment. Typically, there is also a monthly fee for the hosted...

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Cabling is an essential part of the world around us, without which we would not have electricity in our homes, television to watch, or most importantly, phone service! In the telecommunication field, cabling serves to improve data speeds, or provide a crisper/cleaner connection. You might hear terms like “CAT-3,” “CAT-5e”, or “CAT-6” thrown around when you speak to a telecommunications vendor. CAT-2, is another form...

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Below are questions asked when buying a small business phone system; as always we thought they worth sharing. What is the disruption if we don’t have the overtime effort? A:  There will be a fairly large disruption due to the network room clean-up and cabling modifications required – I would estimate about 4-6 without phones/computers. What is saved? A;  We will plan the installation around your schedule so as...

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The pros, cons, and considerations to this new technology Recently I was asked to help evaluate a client’s options for phone systems; they were looking for assistance in how to decide between the Avaya IP Office phone system and a hosted PBX system from their current phone and internet service provider.  I thought our blog readers may be interested in (and benefit from) our analysis. I had...

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Make Dead Spots Disappear September 10th, 2010 by Chris Nicoli We all know about the dead zones inside our buildings. They could be in your office, the hallway or the reception area and when your cell phone rings, you panic. Now, with the installation of a cell phone booster, Teltek makes the dead spots disappear and increases your productivity and availability to your clients.A cell phone booster can...

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The HIP Cable (P/N#61804-43) used for connecting H-Tops to Avaya 4600 series phones, has been discontinued. Tests have shown that the existing HIC cable (P/N#49323-44) offers more robust compatibility with the EncorePro and SupraPlus lines. Customers should, with immediate effect, be offered HIC cables instead of HIP cables. All support and compatibility documentation have been modified to reflect this change. Use this cable to directly connect...

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