Category Archives: VOIP
Have you experienced sounds issues when running Swyx and Skype for Business side by side? Are you hearing multiple dial tones when answering a call?
There are many benefits to enabling flexible home working, but one of the biggest challenges in doing so is getting the user connected to the phone system and ensuring staff stay connected with each other.
Matt has just enabled my SWYX to be used without the VPN. It’s been great not having to worry about logging onto the VPN to enable SWYX, as it’s instantly on when I login to my PC. But the most notable difference is the software’s response time. It’s extremely fast now with no slight delay’s.
Top 10 Benefits of Flexible / Home Working for Employers? As an employee there are many benefits to working from home such as more time with the family, reduction in stress and less time commuting, however you might be wondering what the benefits are for the employer?
If you would like SwyxIt on your MAC this can be achieved, we have clients running this.
The Benefits of SIP Trunking Research from Infonetics shows us that more and more businesses are realising the true benefits of SIP Trunking – with figures suggesting that by 2015, 58% of businesses will have adopted SIP Trunking.
1. Use Regedit to edit the Windows registry on the Swyx Server 2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Wow6432Node > Swyx > LinkMgr > CurrentVersion > Options 3. Right-Click and create a new ‘Key’ registry entry named:- GeneralLinkConfiguration 4. Right-Click ‘GeneralLinkConfiguration’ and select New > DWORD (32-Bit) Value. Name the new DWORD entry DTMFGapDuration 5. Set the DTMFGapDuration to 100 6. Right-Click ‘GeneralLinkConfiguration’ and select New > DWORD (32-Bit) Value. Name the new DWORD entry DTMFToneDuration 7. Set the DTMFGapDuration to 400 8. Right-Click ‘GeneralLinkConfiguration’ and select New > … Continue reading
If you have a CRM or web based application you can implement SWYXIT ‘Click to Dial’ This works in exactly the same way as the old mailto: links, the browser sees callto: and launches whatever program has been assigned to handle this type of link.