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Intermedia makes it easier for partners to sell VoIP services
“The scope and duration of the test helps partners to inspire confidence in customers that may otherwise be wary of VoIP."
VoIP: On-premises, hybrid or hosted?
Once businesses make the decision to switch to a VoIP solution, they have three options available to them: an on-premises, hybrid or hosted system.
Scammers target WhatsApp's new VoIP function
With many WhatsApp users looking to get the new VoIP feature, it is likely many will fall for the scam as WhatsApp slowly releases the functionality.
Cloud services, UC and VoIP - what are the benefits?
The reality is that there is now trust in Cloud and VoIP, which are both providing quality services at very cost effective prices.
Adtran expands VoIP switch portfolio
Adtran has announced it is expanding its VoIP switch portfolio with the addition of the NetVanta 1510 and 1550 families of Gigabit Ethernet switches.
Complete PC Solutions launches into hosted VoIP and NZ
Melbourne-based reseller and MSP Complete PC Solutions is broadening its horizons.
Dimension Data launch partner for Skype for Business
Dimension Data has been named as one of nine Global Elite Launch Partners for Microsoft Skype for Business, which goes on sale in April.
Kiwi VoIP boosts business with 3CX partnership
3CX, the developer of the Windows VoIP PBX 3DX Phone System, has partnered with Kiwi VoIP to increase reach and customer support.
Finding VoIP solutions for small businesses
Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions are becoming readily available as the demand increases, but finding the right one for a small business can be difficult
Is Skype really the best choice for your business?
When Skype goes down, so does business. Lost connectivity can mean lost money
D-Link teams up with Globalgig to offer 4G LTE VoIP router
"Our partnership means it couldn’t be simpler to get a 4G LTE VoIP Router and mobile broadband that is low cost, effective and efficient.”
Why VoIP is essential for business
VoIP offers businesses of all sizes a wide range of features that traditional phone services cannot.
VoIP playing a big role in office transformation
Polycom says cloud-based VoIP will have a big involvement with how technologies are changing the way offices and companies operate in New Zealand.
Cloud VoIP winning SMB market
The proliferation of cloud based offerings such as Google apps and Office 365 is helping drive cloud based VoIP solutions among Kiwi business.
VoLTE activity sends global VoIP market up 12%
Global VoIP and IP multimedia subsystem equipment market grew 12% in 2014, to $4.2 billion.
Huge interest in VoIP over satellite, says Wireless Nation
And the move to VoIP isn’t only on the satellite front. Wireless Nation says it’s also seeing high uptake of VoIP via its fibre offerings.
Pay by Bitcoin at 2Talk
"We see payment by Bitcoin as a natural service for our customers.”
VoIP: On the rise
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is becoming an increasingly popular choice and is undeniably on the rise in the enterprise and SME space.
Introducing... VoIPwatch NZ
Our aim is to be the grand central station of VoIP news, bringing together industry, implementers and end users together in one spot.
Taking VoIP a step further
Telco-as-a-service offers resellers the chance to white-label their telecommunications services for customers, says Julian Rivers-Smith, 2talk senior VoIP engineer.
AudioCodes realises Unified Comms vision with Westcon deal
Westcon Imagine 2014 - With a vision of becoming the innovative leading supplier of converged VoIP & Data solutions for service providers and enterprises
The ever-expanding growth of VoIP
Cloud is a fashionable buzz word at the moment, regularly thrown round by anyone who’s got two cents to put in on upcoming IT trends.
Review: Yealink SIP-T48G
The SIP-T48G IP Phone is Yealink’s latest model aimed at managers for its advanced options.
Cloud change coming to business telephony
Telephony – in all its forms, be it on-premise PBX, VoIP, unified communications or contact centres – touches all New Zealand businesses. Heather Wright looks at the changes cloud is bringing to telephony.