• Telecoms

    Skype and SIP

    Many businesses are now using VOIP SIP connections to deliver IP telephony to user desktops or IP phones. However, until recently the popular low-cost Skype VOIP service hasn’t been compatible with SIP telephony, ?without using third-party tools like those from 3CX.
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  • Telecoms

    Configuring and Using the 3CX Skype gateway

    Save money by connecting an IP PABX to Skype for low cost international calls from IP desk phones, not just PCs.
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ServerTelecoms

Setting up Blackberry Enterprise Server BES with Exchange 2007

Getting BlackBerry Enterprise Server up and running needn’t be complex, but it can be tedious: here’s how to get BES working with Exchange 2007 in a Windows network.

   
ServerSecurityTelecoms

Mobile email with Linux email servers

Not every business runs Microsoft Exchange. Maybe the company isn’t based around a Microsoft infrastructure or Exchange is too expensive or they use something else for historical reasons.
   
ClientTelecoms

Setting up Google Gmail Mobile in Google Apps

With Google Apps businesses can combine the Gmail service with their own domain names. Here’s how to get it up and running and provide mobile email without a mail server.
   
TelecomsThe Business

Unplugging the PBX to sell a VoIP installation or hosted VoIP

Unless your clients have just returned from a stint on Mars, there is every chance they will already have used VoIP, though they may not call it that. VoIP, or Internet telephony, has been one of the undoubted technology success stories of the last few years. Skype alone claims 200 million users, many of whom work in small and mid-sized businesses.

   
Telecoms

Bridging PBX to VoIP using a hardware gateway or VoIP enabled router

The simplest way to bridge between VoIP and conventional telephony systems is by installing a hardware gateway, or a VoIP-enabled router.
   
SecurityTelecoms

Supporting mobile email on multiple handsets

Everyone wants mobile email - but not every mobile phone is suitable for business email. Use these tips and tools to secure Exchange servers and make them work with more than Windows Mobile handsets.

   
ServerTelecoms

Upgrading Small Business Server 2003 to Exchange 2007

For clients who have outgrown SBS 2003, or who just can’t wait any longer for Exchange 2007, migrate them to a new server that’s 64-bit. Microsoft has made a lot of changes with Exchange 2007. The biggest is a switch to only supporting a 64-bit version.

   

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