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  • How to select the right IP PBX

    Selecting the right IP PBX system for your company can be complicated. Here are some important things to consider when purchasing an IP PBX.

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  • Does Microsoft offer a PBX replacement?

    Does Microsoft offer a PBX? How can it replace a PBX? Unified messaging expert Richard Luckett explains how Microsoft Lync Server acts as a PBX replacement.

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  • UC transition from PBX systems surges as vendors end PBX support

    After years of predictions, the enterprise transition from PBX systems to UC platforms is finally gaining speed as vendors phase out PBX support.

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  • Do we need a PBX system to use VoIP?

    Is a PBX system required when organizations move to VoIP? Or do they need to replace it? Telephony expert Jon Arnold explains the options available to organizations.

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  • PBX to VoIP strategies

    The migration process from PBX to voice over IP (VoIP) can be a daunting one. Without a well thought-out long-term strategy, it can be an inefficient and overly expensive one. This tip provides two strategy suggestions for value-added resellers (VARs) looking to move their customers' aging PBX...

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  • Bye-bye, legacy PBX; hello, MS Lync?

    MS Lync may change the game for UC, as software firms move into a market networking providers once dominated. Lync integrates it all -- Outlook and instant messaging and video calls -- but can enterprises really get rid of their legacy PBX systems?

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  • The UC market picks up where PBXes left off

    A recent unified communications and telephony report from Infonetics Research shows the UC market has healthy gains as the PBX market falters.

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  • Open source PBX provider teams up with Intel

    Digium -- provider of the open source private branch exchange (PBX) called Asterisk -- yesterday announced plans to support Intel Corp.'s NetStructure and Dialogic products in its Asterisk Business Edition. Asterisk creator and Digium founder Mark Spencer says the move to support Intel -- a company...

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  • Productivity gains outrank PBX issues in Lync deployment – MS Lync adoption survey

    There were a few other interesting factoids that I took away from the survey. The first one looked at the primary motivator for Lync. If you look historically at unified communications deployments, they've tracked along PBX replacement cycles. Makes sense, right? However, with Lync deployments, the...

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