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VOIP History The concept of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) originated in about 1995, when hobbyists began to recognize the potential of sending voice data packets over the Internet rather than communicating through standard telephone service. This concept allowed PC users to avoid long distance charges, and it was in 1995 that the first Internet […]

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Despite the growth of social media and other communication methods, voice communication is still critical to the relationship between a company and its customers. The challenge for the modern contact centre is integrating so many disparate channels of communication into a coherent, measurable whole. It is important to keep up to date with technology and […]

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Does fax really have a future? We are currently moving in the era of send an e-mail and save a tree. We just can’t deny this route. Still it remains a two way split. Some say yes and some say no to the future of fax. According Kyle Flowers and Greg Smith from J2 Global […]

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What is VoIP? VoIP (Voice over internet protocol) According to How stuff works: “VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is a method for taking analog audio signals, like the kind you hear when you talk on the phone, and turning them into digital data that can be transmitted over the Internet.” For instance, VoIP providers […]

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THE LION PARK

Occasionally one has the opportunity to work whilst at the same time have an enjoyable time is a rather special environment. This happened a couple of weeks ago when we were asked to come to site to investigate the possibility of installing a wireless mesh at the Lion Park. It was really a fun day […]

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We were initially involved in bringing Voice using Internet Protocol Technology (VoIP) to the end user with our own product, VBX. We are acknowledged leaders in this field. In addition we are now involved in Connectivity, bringing the Internet to a point and Meshing, distributing the Internet to the end user. Many leading companies use […]

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Education is to some extent a dirty word in South Africa. It is a subject that evokes many emotions whether around the dinner table, at home or in the work place. Suffice to say we in this country have not done a good job over the past 20 years. This is more evident in rural […]

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Yellow Bric (www.yellobric.co.uk) is an NGO based in the UK. It is involved in education. Yellowbric is a charity that aims to enable sustainable long term economic growth through education, the distribution of literature and web access. Yello Bric have donated EReaders and Tablets to the Bondgeni High School in Hazyview. VBX has been asked […]

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The Mesh product has unexpectedly led us into new business fields. We had no idea that the Mesh could lead us into the field of education. Certainly the Mesh can be used to link school blocks together making a seamless wireless change as a learner moves around the Campus. Turrito Networks a large Networking Company […]

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I regularly listen to Security Now, a podcast from the TWIT network.  This week, on episode 422, I heard the most beautiful exposition of why privacy really matters.  In the light of the recent disclosures about the scope of the NSA data gathering operation, the question often arises of whether privacy really matters, if you […]

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