So you’ve done your research and are ready to install an IP communication solution. Even if you are installing it for your own organisation or looking to step into the installation venture, it is cynical to get into any tech deployment with a plan and a structure. Obstacles during a deployment almost every time come from a lack of vision and detail during the stage of planning. Whether it is the first time of your deployment or one hundredth, following a particular set of steps will help in making sure you structure the flawless deployment on the first attempt.
The desk phone has been a prominent part of the enterprise communication system. As an endpoint it has served diligently over the years providing quality communication over wired networks. However, with the evolving technology in enterprise communication and networking, the desk phone has lost its significance in the office. The following changes have driven the drop in usage of desk phones:
For decades, EPABX is considered as one one of the best mode for business communications. They were developed using copper wires and operates on POTS (Plain Old Telephone Services). Presently, businesses are looking to extend their potentials and redesign their internal as well as external communication channel. The invention of IP PBX has revolutionized the business communication landscape. Basically, an IP PBX is a PBX phone system integrated using an internet protocol rather than traditional analogue services.