Beringer Associates Technology Blog

Category : VOIP Business Telephone Systems

The days of on premise proprietary phone systems is over. If you’re still running your business on one of these systems or your current phone system is more than 5 years old you are likely at risk of disruption to your business, as many vendors have discontinued and no longer support these systems. Without access to replacement parts downtime is imminent and could cost you dearly.

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Most companies make sure they backup their data and computer systems but they overlook the potential to have a good disaster recovery plan in case their phone system goes down.  When phone lines go down how will it impact your business?  With backup SIP Trunks you can also make sure your business communication is safe using redundancy.

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To view the Beringer August 2015 Newsletter, click here.

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To view the Beringer July 2015 Newsletter, click here.

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Recently there has been an issue with customers who are on FIOS and remote to their offices. The phone will log in and out or will drop the call consistently through the day. w

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Microsoft Lync enables employees to communicate regardless of location.

Microsoft Lync is gaining significant traction in both the enterprise space and small and medium-sized businesses market.

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Finding an ideal VoIP contract may help organizations immensely.

Signing a strong contract for VoIP services may help businesses empower their communications without making huge capital expenditures.

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VoIP deployments require extensive planning.

Companies relying on traditional landlines for their business phones can achieve similar functionality with a Voice-over-Internet-Protocol solution and gain much more flexibility in terms of promoting employee collaboration.

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Businesses with old communication tools in place may be considering upgrading to more agile solutions such as Voice over Internet Protocol.

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Microsoft Lync helps organizations collaborate more effectively than older communication tools.

The days of forcing employees to travel into the office or commute to another location to attend a meeting are fading as newer communication solutions are making collaboration possible anywhere at any time.

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