Telecommunications

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Work from home

What do you do if there’s a national emergency and you can't get to the office? What about a flood or a fire? What if you're just stuck home with a sick child?

There’s no end to the way things can go wrong. You need to plan, not panic. That's the idea behind business continuity. When plan A isn’t an option, you better have plan B. And even C and D for that matter.

Nortel’s CS1000E End Presents New Opportunities
Nortel Dead End

In 2009 Avaya won an auction for Nortel’s Enterprise Solutions business which includes the Nortel Communication Servers. As these systems have aged and become difficult to maintain, Avaya has begun phasing them out, starting with the CS1000E.

On April 9, 2018, Avaya ended the Sale of New CS1000E systems.

Warning signs that it's time to upgrade your phone system
Joe Justice and Brad Williams Facebook Live

Phone systems are not a one-size-fits-all solution. But Advantage Technology can help businesses determine which system is best for them.

“I think that’s probably the most important thing to answer and make clear,” account executive Brad Williams said during a recent Facebook Live chat on Advantage Technology’s page. “We’re not going to say here’s this neat little package and this is what will work for everyone. That simply is not the case.

Trust Advantage Technology with your Avaya upgrade
Avaya

If your business has an Avaya phone system that needs an upgrade, Advantage Technology is the company to trust.

Why?

“Our experience,” Advantage Technology’s Telecom Project Manager Dennis Dolin says. “Most of our senior technicians have 20-plus years of experience with the Avaya line. It was the first system I was trained on in the 1990s.

Recently Discovered Vulnerability in NEC Phone Systems Leaves Thousands Vulnerable to Toll Fraud
NEC SL1100

Our telecommunications engineers have recently discovered a security vulnerability in the popular NEC SL1100 phone systems that can be exploited for toll fraud. Commonly known as “phreaking,” Toll fraud is the practice of exploiting vulnerabilities in phone systems and is quite possibly the oldest form of hacking. To this day, phreaking accounts for more monetary damage than credit card fraud.

The Most Important Piece of Technology in Your Office
Joe Justice on Ask The Expert

On Tuesday, November eighth, I returned to 580 WCHS’s Ask the Expert radio show with Dale Cooper to talk to the audience about phone systems and telecommunications. I used this opportunity to discuss just how important phone systems are to a business and ways you can actually save money by allowing Advantage Technology to assess your systems and install a new one.