Telecommunications, Mobile and Wireless
Setting a business up with fast and reliable telecommunications used to be far more difficult than it is today. With the advent of smartphones and everything they are capable of, some businesses these
Multi-site businesses experience significant challenges when it comes to phone systems. The lack of a unified phone system tailored to your company's specific needs can harm communication and...
Videoconferencing usage is surging due to shutdown and self-isolation rules in many countries. The 5 most popular and best videoconferencing apps are Zoom, Skype, Webex, Google Hangouts, and...
Perhaps I'm a bit jaded, but I don't see the allure of the forthcoming Apple watch. I don't believe that interacting with a screen that small will be very efficient from a usability / ergonomics...
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I am looking for information on using VOIP in my business
Almost all the big broadband providers like iiNet, TPG, Engin are also VOIP providers in Australia. You can bundle your NBN or ADSL with VOIP services, and that cost usually starts from AUD $10 a month. It may be easier to configure and may save you money when you bundle voip and internet services.
If you ask a group of people whether they belong to the Android or iOS camp, you’ll find it’s a sure fire way to draw a line in the sand. The type of phone and computer we choose to use every day is...
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VoIP phone systems versus mobile and landline alternatives? Which version do you use and what would you recommend based on your experiences?
Too many variables to give you any pricing. It's going to depend on the requirements; how many phones, etc. VoIP gives you considerable flexibility and in a short time will be the only option. Do you have a single site or multiple sites, do you go hosted or have a line running into a phone system, what sort of functionality is required - basic telephony or full Unified Communications, Contact Centre, etc.
Last week's launch of the iPhone 6 was a highly anticipated event and for months prior, rumours swirled as to what new features the phone may have and what it would look like. It came as no great...
With the launch of the Apple iPhone 6 today, and seeing the massive line in front of the Apple store, I keep on wondering if it is really worth it all. It seems so much cheaper to buy an Android phone with as many features (and in some cases more) for a fraction of the price. I think it has Apple has lost its 'exclusive' image too.
I personally am in favour of the NBN as infrastructure which will be critical over the next 25 years, but know that not all see it that way. How important or beneficial would the NBN be to you in...
You have framed your question in a very limited way - namely all about internet speed. The NBN is about much more than that. It is fundamentally a "open access" network for providers to connect with clients. As a provider (yes we are one, mainly in telephones), we have some great technology sitting in our data centre, however we really want this in people's homes or businesses. The NBN gives us that. It is a very low level data connection - allowing clients to appear to be on the same physical network as our server.
The internet is great, but there are some things that are hard to do over it - either because you need more reliability of data delivery (e.g. telephone) or because you need more control. A good example is remote management: because the NBN brings you right into a client's network, you can remotely configure devices from scratch. Just plug them in out of the box and they work (skip getting the IT guy in to configure it).
So all those things that you currently need a local server for in your business, you will be able to do over the NBN.
Arguing about internet speed is completely missing the point of the NBN (but I get it that everyone does).