New OnSIP Phone Review: Bria for Mac (Version 4.0)

We're happy to announce our latest phone review for the Bria for Mac. Version 4.0 supports up to 10 SIP accounts and comes with HD voice and video calling, multi-party conferencing, presence, and IM. From the review:

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Topics: bria, Apple, Softphone

Hosted PBX Setup: Key Considerations

Business VoIP providers love to use the word "seamless" when describing their services. They offer "no hardware" solutions and promise easy set up "in minutes".

But is that actually the case?

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Topics: hosted PBX, webphone, VoIP, slack, Softphone

New OnSIP Phone Review: Bria for iPad

We're happy to announce our latest phone review: Bria for iPad (Version 3.8.1). Bria for iPad is an extension of the well-known softphone onto Apple's popular tablet. The app offers more screen real estate, HD voice and video calling, and leading features such as automatic call recording. Here's an excerpt from the review:

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Topics: IP phone, phone review, bria, Softphone, app

4 Impressive Business VoIP Phones from 2016 [Free Guide]

Every year, business phone manufacturers release new models and firmware with the latest designs, features, and capabilities. In 2016, we saw several impressive IP phones enter the market. These phones featured shiny touchscreens, more customizable keys, HD voice and video codec support, and more.

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Topics: DECT Phone, Desk Phone, Business Technology, IP phone, IP phones,, phone review, Softphone

Smartphone vs Softphone: 5 Business Calling Features

Your smartphone is great for making everyday phone calls, texting, taking photos, and more. When you need to take a business call, however, there are features that your native dialer simply don't support. Softphones, or software phones, are designed to offer an alternative to your standard smartphone dialer with critical business features, including multi-party video conferencing, attended transfers, call recording, and more.

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Topics: Android, iPhone, SMB Leadership, Business Technology, bria, Softphone

4 Free Cloud Phone System Hacks

When your boss asks you to find a new phone system, you probably picture a giant, beeping mainframe with a mountain of wires, stored in a dark closet. Maybe an old bearded man sits in the closet, too, but nobody knows why. He was there before your company moved in.

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Topics: webphone, cloud phone system, techwiz, hack, Softphone

New OnSIP Phone Review: Bria for Android (v3.7)

Bria for Android brings the well-respected softphone to the Android platform. With presence, messaging, video calling, and business phone features, Bria for Android is aiming to supercede the office phone you have on your desk. From the review:

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Topics: IP phones,, phone review, bria, Softphone

Top 7 Reasons People Avoid Their Desk Phones

Desk phones are often seen as an essential part of modern work life. But webphones, softphones, and other cloud phone system features have all made traditional desktop phones less mandatory for day-to-day business.

Here are the top seven reasons people avoid their desk phones, and how you can replace them with a better option.

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Topics: Desk Phone, SMB Leadership, webphone, onsip_app, Softphone

Need a Multi-Line Softphone Recommendation? Try InstaPhone

What is a Multi-Line Phone?

A multi-line deskphone is a staple in today’s business world— in fact, the high-end business phones on the market offer 4+ lines right on the interface. On a typical desk phone, multi-line functionality allows an office worker to manage multiple calls, but it also can enable a receptionist to receive calls that were made to more than one phone number or destination.

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Topics: WebRTC, VoIP Reseller, VoIP Reseller - Panasonic, Softphone

Managing A Remote Support Team

The flexibility of hosted PBX platforms has enabled employees across the world to work on the go or from the privacy of their homes in unprecedented ways. According to Global Workplace Analytics, over 4 million people work away from the office on a daily basis. When the metric is changed to people who work from home in any capacity, the number balloons to 1/5 of the workforce (30 million people), a figure that has increased almost 80% since 2005.

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Topics: Business Technology, Office Management, Softphone