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S (Should) A (Ask) Q (Questions)

No, the title was not a typo! We’ve all heard of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), but have you heard of SAQs? SAQ stands for...
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How To Become STIR/SHAKEN Compliant with Bicom Systems

The FCC issued the so-called Fourth Order on December 10, 2021, requiring certain smaller voice providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication a whole...

Geo-Redundancy – A Comprehensive Guide for UCaaS Resellers

A smart solution must support services, data, and applications that demand high availability. One such solution, called Geo-Redundancy, secures data and services and provides...
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Products Update: What’s New in PBXware 6.5 [2022]

Fast deployment of PBXware in the increasing needs of next-generation communication systems has made it our best-selling product. Since the beginning of the 2000s,...

What Is SIP Trunking And How Does It Work?

Introduction IP telephony is a complex technology. It develops very quickly, and it seems to us that we discover something new every day. We discover...
Bicom Systems Partners Program

Bicom Systems’ Partners Program: The Value Beyond the Product

Since we have been in the VoIP industry for almost 20 years, we have seen it all: from scaling as a small start-up in...

10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs an IP PBX

What Is IP PBX? PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange. A PBX is a telephone system dedicated to establishing calls internally within the company walls...
Cloud PBX

What is Cloud PBX and How Can Your Business Benefit From...

Cloud PBX Before we go into the Cloud PBX, let's discuss communication for a bit. It's safe to say that communication is the heart of...
VoIP and The Academic Sector

How To Benefit From Selling VoIP To The Academic Sector

Throwback - Usage of VoIP in the Academic Sector Before we cover all the good things VoIP can bring to the academic sector, we would...