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SEP 2011

Posted by Nicole at 09:52 AM EDT

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From Skype to OnSIP: Sycorr

Sycorr builds software for banks. Here's a short description of the company from their own site's 'About us' section:

Banking software is old, it is unstable, and it is far too expensive for the quality of software and corporate service provided. In short, most banking software is just…horrible.

A small and passionate group of financial industry experts, software developers, and designers sat down and thought about how they could better serve banks and their clients. After much discussion, the Sycorr team was born in 2009.

Seeing as how I know next to nothing about banking software, I'll take their word for it. What I do know is that Sycorr is one of the first OnSIP customers that came to us after using Skype. We spoke to Sycorr co-founder and CEO Jeremy Neuharth to learn more about this transition.

What is Sycorr?

12
SEP 2011

Posted by Nicole at 10:33 AM EDT

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Free VoIP Reseller Webinar: Best Network Practices

Explore best practices while implementing a dependable VoIP network for your customers with OnSIP

Our fifth webinar will be held on Thursday, September 15, at 2 PM EDT, and is entitled Best Network Practices.

Join CEO, Mike Oeth, and Channel Manager, Andy, as they discuss network best practices when implementing OnSIP for customers. Our resellers have customers ranging from 5 seats in one location to 200 seats in field offices. Having customers with varying needs and equipment to choose from, resellers can benefit from a few key guidelines for setting up a VoIP network with OnSIP.

Also joining this webinar for resellers will be Larry Browne. Larry will discuss commonly observed network issues and how to troubleshoot them. Don't miss this chance to learn how best to take advantage of these opportunities. Simply click on the button below to register.

01
SEP 2011

Posted by Nicole at 01:20 PM EDT

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31
AUG 2011

Posted by Nicole at 03:03 PM EDT

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The top ten acronyms used in our knowledgebase as explained by a VoIP noob

This blog was written by Matt Barrett, a new member of our support team.

For those familiar with our website, you’ve seen some of our acronyms--and unless you are a true connoisseur of word-abbreviations, you’ve wondered what at least some of them mean. I, for one, heard the term POTS, thinking we must also have pans, and that SIP was a daintier form of “gulp.”

For the benefit of our customers, blog-followers, and myself, I have compiled a list of the ten most important acronyms that can be found in the Junction Networks knowledgebase.

29
AUG 2011

Posted by Leo Zheng at 11:50 AM EDT

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26
AUG 2011

Posted by Nicole at 04:12 PM EDT

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4 Steps to Hurricane Irene VoIP Preparedness

This post is by Clorece Kulp, a member of the support team at Junction Networks

While many of us on the East Coast brace for Hurricane Irene, Junction Networks would like to put your mind at ease regarding your phone service. In the event of a power outage there is no need to panic; your phone system is in the Cloud, which means it will still work unlike your former POTS system.

Junction Networks has several redundancies, including secured data centers in both Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA, equipped to handle emergencies. Since all is in the Cloud you will still have access to your calls and never miss a business beat.

26
AUG 2011

Posted by John Riordan at 12:23 PM EDT

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SIP, iNum, Voxbone

iNum == Voxbone

All OnSIP users can dial any SIP address for free. It has always been that way.

Someone recently suggested that we allow users to dial iNum (+883) numbers. They also suggested that we assign iNum numbers to our users. This same helpful iNum ambassador also provided us with the name a project manager at Voxbone which could help us out.

Someone else asked, "What is iNum?"

24
AUG 2011

Posted by Nicole at 11:50 AM EDT

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Diary of a Webinar Host: What's a Yugma?

This blog is by Eden Harvest, member of the Support Team here at Junction Networks

The OnSIP basics webinar is a great way for new customers, and those thinking about jumping into the VoIP pool, to get a live view of just how easy it is to get OnSIP working best for your company. I know you must be thinking, "Gee, that sounds interesting, but I sure would like to know more about how this all came about." When Mike Oeth, our CEO, approached me about hosting a biweekly webinar I was flattered, excited, and also a bit scared. Finally, I thought, all those years of voice and diction classes will be put to use.

23
AUG 2011

Posted by Nicole at 02:47 PM EDT

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Earthquake on The East Coast - VoIP Is Intact

This blog is by Eden Harvest, member of the Support Team here at Junction Networks

Yes, that WAS an earthquake. Cell service is down and intermittent across much of the east coast, due to clogged circuits and/or actual tower problems caused by the quake. Twitter is all twittery with the news, and Facebook is in a frenzy. OnSIP is working as long as your ISP is up and sending you a good signal. Hang in there, people!

22
AUG 2011

Posted by Nicole at 02:46 PM EDT

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Thoughts on Metered Billing And The Benefits of SIP

This blog is by Matt Barrett, member of the Support Team at Junction Networks.

I was recently directed to an article on the early history of metered billing. Found on the Ars Technica website, the article, entitled, “Mad About Metered Billing? They Were in 1886, Too” took me back to a time just after Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. Like most people who took a ninth grade US history class, I knew the cliff-noted version of the phone’s initial impact. I’d heard the line, “Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you,” as Bell was so famously quoted during the world’s first phone call--and something may have been mentioned, however briefly, about a race to the patent office with Elisha Gray. That was it. Bell was a hero, and the phone revolutionized the way human beings communicated.

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