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    What are the names of SAS 70 Compliant ISPs?

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  • Where to learn VoIP phones programming?

    Where can I learn about programing VoIP phones

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  • What Fax Server software you can recommend?

    Hi guys, We have Windows server 2003 on HP Proliant G6 hardware. We are using Windows fax server for now, but it is making problems and we decided to buy new Fax server software? What can you recommend us to use? We send around 300-400 faxes per month, we need email confirmation that fax has been...

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  • What is the difference between PBX and DID?

    Can someone tell me what is the difference between PBX and DID?

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  • Do you have an IT blog or website and want to earn 100 knowledge points?

    We hope you find this community helpful in answering all your questions. But we want everyone to get every answer they need and wthat means more experts are always welcome. That's why we're asking you to tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange (ITKE). If you have a blog or website that is...

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  • Will the existing phone number change if we add new PRI Lines?

    Hello, Currently we have 12 Analog phone lines from a provider and we are planing to add new PRI line from them. So I want to know whether the existing phone number will be changed if we are getting new PRI lines  What will happen to existing analog telephone line when we are taking new PRI Lines?

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  • Open IT Forum: Tell us your must-read IT blog or Twitter feed & earn 50 knowledge points!

    We're always looking for great resources to share with the community, so here's your chance to share what's in your own bag of tricks! Share your favorite IT blogs or Twitter personalities, what they write about, or a link to a post that taught you something you'll never forget. Don't have a...

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  • Unified Communications product qualification flow

    I want to know how to build a set of UC product, like Plantronics UC wireless headset system voyager Pro UC. Maybe the product adapt to Microsoft® Office Communicator 2007. My question is: How to qualify this product? Must it get some UC qualifications? Is there some UC compliance? What's the...

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  • Telecommunications puzzle

    I am a land surveyor in the process of relocating my business. I want to have internet, phone (I'm out in the woods so I'll need a cell also), communication of data from remote locations, I guess some clients may still need faxes. We got rid of our (Home land line) still have the biz land line for...

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  • WAN connections through one ISP

    Hi, I have newly joined an AUTOMOBILE company as an IT supervisor. We have about 10 branches connected with each other thru different WAN connections (Leased line,MPLS,VPN over DSL,..etc) and with different service providers. Our ERP system is based in Head Office and the DMS (Dealer management...

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  • VOIP and Routing Question

    Please advise. We have a branch office with a Cisco 3560 48/port POE switch. The branch office has 20 users in VLAN 1. The switch interfaces with a Cisco 2811 router. The router has a T1 point to point to our main office. We are putting in VOIP so each user has a phone -> PC. How would I...

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  • Speed benefits of MPLS and reasons

    We have just finished migrating over to our parent companies domain. We are now on their exchange and are updating and moving domain data back and forth. We are upgrading to a 50/10mps cable line but are getting some pressure to spend about 12000 dollars per year for a MPLS line. What are the...

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  • Where to obtain telecom certifications

    Where is the best place to obtain specific certs in telecom management?

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    Dear sir/madam, I'm currently working in a leading telecom operator in India (AIRTEL) for the last 6 months. I have done my graduation in electronics and communication engineering. I have experience in SDH optical networks connection and maintenance (mixes of Alcatel, Nortel, ECI). What I want to...

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  • New interactive technology and knowledge

    How to use effectively new interactive technology for knowledge distribution and sharing ideas between professionals organizations and colleagues?

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  • My system is hanging after clicking my internet client

    Within 2-3 min the system is hanging. I did low level format and tried to connect but the problem is same. I changed the RAM and operating system (almost everything). My ISP is a MNC (they are saying that we use high end routers and firewalls to protect from virus, we are giving assurance that...

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  • What is a Nortel FastRad?

    I have the pleasure of installing a Nortelplus Phone system. Someone boxed it up and so far so good. In the pile of stuff is a Norstar FastRAD, it's about 5"x7" has a low voltage plug, a reg. phonejack plug and a 9-pin computer cable jack. I have no idea where it goes or what it does? Thanks,...

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  • Routing Public Emergency Calls Based on Cell of Origin

    Is it possible to route emergency calls based on the Cell of origin? In a private network, there is one subscriber who wants all emergency calls originating in one specific area to be routed to a special emergency desk. All other emergency calls within the network would be routed to a different...

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