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eVoice's Free Voicemail Answers Your Home Phone
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
Unplug the answering machine and get ready to lower your bill each month.
E-PAC - The Funky Foam
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E-PAC is a chassis and housing concept for electronic devices, such as those in fault-resilient computer chassis.
Spectrum Bidder Beware
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Stakes are high, opportunities awesome!
Logging, Monitoring Follow Call Centers
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Logging and monitoring technology evolves in lockstep with the needs and capabilities of the call center. Five years ago, this meant systems that pooled recording channels the way PBXs pool trunks. A year ago, it meant recording agent screen activity in sync with voice. Now, it means tracking and recording one customer's contacts across multiple interaction media.
Reseller Choices for Change
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Shopping for new products is like going to a chocolate shop - you want a little of everything. How do you go to the CT Chocolate Shop and not get a tummy-ache?
Building a New Phone Network
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Steps on the road to convergence.
The JFax of Life
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JFax offers free services, including fax-to-e-mail, voicemail-to-e-mail and outbound faxing with Fax4Free.
CT For Law Firms
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"Lawyer" used to be synonymous with "Luddite." But CT is slowly making inroads into one of the last technological wastelands: The Law Firm.
Let Your Website do the Talking
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Letting online advertisers "publish" short audio broadcasts on their site.
Shoreline Communication System
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
We're back for another close look at next-generation phone systems. This month's contender has an interesting combination of analog and IP-based telephony features. The analog trunks and extensions make it easy to cut into an existing site, while the IP-based distribution of server and voice switches makes expansion easy - even across multiple sites.
The End of CPE?
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
SIP and ASPs are preparing to engineer a revolution-within-an-evolution: fostering a pure Internet telecom play at the network's heart.
Hardware-Free Telephony
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Hosted applications: the promise and the problems.
SIP Rules!
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
Internet e-mail and the web are killer apps par excellence: elegant, open, debuggable, extensible - based on simple protocols and standards, and implemented across a cloud of shared, multi-purpose servers and resources. What if IP telephony looked like this? That's SIP's vision. Some say it's telephony's future.
Telrad's Millennium Strategy
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
Israel Ronn, president of Telrad, talks about what it means to evolve from a cachet position in the high-functionality key systems market, towards a converged future.
Logging, Monitoring Follow Call Centers
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5/1/2000   Post a comment
Logging and monitoring technology evolves in lockstep with the needs and capabilities of the call center. Five years ago, this meant systems that pooled recording channels the way PBXs pool trunks. A year ago, it meant recording agent screen activity in sync with voice. Now, it means tracking and recording one customer's contacts across multiple interaction media.
The JFax of Life
News & Analysis  
5/1/2000   Post a comment
JFax offers free services, including fax-to-e-mail, voicemail-to-e-mail and outbound faxing with Fax4Free.
CT For Law Firms
News & Analysis  
5/1/2000   Post a comment
"Lawyer" used to be synonymous with "Luddite." But CT is slowly making inroads into one of the last technological wastelands: The Law Firm.
Shoreline Communication System
News & Analysis  
5/1/2000   Post a comment
We're back for another close look at next-generation phone systems. This month's contender has an interesting combination of analog and IP-based telephony features. The analog trunks and extensions make it easy to cut into an existing site, while the IP-based distribution of server and voice switches makes expansion easy - even across multiple sites.
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