Add a WebRTC Button to Your Facebook Page (Part 1)

It’s common for B2B companies to have profiles on popular social media websites, such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Maintaining a presence on these networks gives customers and potential customers more ways to connect and interact with your company. At OnSIP, we like to use our social media profiles to post recent blog posts, customer interviews, phone reviews, and other relevant news.

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Topics: Business Technology

WebRTC Turns 5 Years Old! Reflections on #SMBlab [VIDEO]

Happy birthday to WebRTC! 'How old are you now?'...

Last month, WebRTC celebrated its 5th birthday. Angela Leavitt (@MojoMktg) and Mike Oeth (@VoIPCEO) devoted the last #SMBlab episode to this milestone event and were thrilled to welcome Randy Resnick (@voipusers) and Michael Graves (@mjgraves) of the VoIP Users Conference (VUC) to the chat.

Watch the video to get the group's reflections on and opinions of this disruptive technology, or read on below for our summary of their conversation.

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Topics: WebRTC, SMB Leadership, SMBlab

Top 10 Essential Webphone App Features

Webphone apps are now a common solution offered by business VoIP providers as an alternative or replacement for traditional desk phones. With the ability to make and receive calls directly in a web browser, webphones make use of new technologies to open up more possibilities within standard business communications.

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Topics: Business Technology, Office Management

Business VoIP Checklist: 16 Steps from Research to Deployment

Business VoIP adoption continues to soar as organizations aim to lower their phone bills and increase their productivity. We have seen customers cut communications costs by 84% by finding the right business VoIP service for their needs.

But, while there are big payoffs, migrating to a better phone solution can seem like a hefty project. That’s why, with over a decade of experience in helping businesses make the switch, we decided to publish a Business VoIP Checklist.

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Topics: Business Technology, Office Management

How to Interpret VoIP Test Results

A VoIP test tells you if your Internet connection is equipped for a cloud phone system. If your connection does not meet the test's standards, your calls could suffer from subpar quality.

Here's a quick guide to understanding what your VoIP test results mean.

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Topics: SMB Leadership, Business Technology, VoIP

OnSIP Team To Sponsor and Speak at ClueCon 2016 and Real-Time Web Solutions Conference

We're happy to announce our upcoming sponsorship of two conferences this August. OnSIP will be a Silver Sponsor at the Real-Time Web Solutions Conference, and a 8bit sponsor of ClueCon 2016. Our team members John Riordan, James Criscuolo, and Eric Tamme will also be speaking and participating in panels at both expos.

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Topics: WebRTC, SMB Leadership, Business Technology, cluecon, freeswitch

Business Vision: Weekly Tips to Make Your Dream Company a Reality (Part 3)

In our last blog, we covered what you can do on a daily basis to realize your business vision. Now we'll examine what you can do on a weekly basis to make sure your business vision comes to life.

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Grandstream VideoTalk: GVC3200 and GAC2500 Expert Review with OnSIP

Two weeks ago, Eric Tamme was invited as a guest speaker on Grandstream’s IP VideoTalks series to give his reviews of the Grandstream GVC3200 and GAC2500 video conferencing solutions. Dorothy Murach of Grandstream Networks moderated the session and hosted a short Q&A following the presentation.

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Topics: Business Technology, IP phone, phone review, video conference

Business Vision: Daily Tips that Make Your Vision Come to Life (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this series, we formally defined the term 'business vision". We also outlined how to write a successful mission statement and company history. After completing the steps in Part 1, it's time to actually start implementing your vision.

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Topics: SMB Leadership

Webphones 101: A Beginner's Guide

Webphones, as the name suggests, are phones powered by web-based applications. They're still an emerging technology; few fully functioning webphones exist today. But with the advent of new technologies such as WebRTC, webphones are beginning to supplant and even replace desk phones altogether.

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Topics: WebRTC, SMB Leadership, IP phone, webphone