We provide a host of telephony platforms for our customers to allow them to take advantage of telephony services without having on-site equipment. The terms “hosted” and “cloud communications” really are very interchangeable. They mean one and the same thing. The term cloud is relatively new and simply refers to services that are provided by a third-party provider in the cloud. We believe that customers should have access to a telephony platform that comes without any hidden costs. That platform needs to be stable, scalable to business needs and agile enough to adapt and be able to accommodate things that the business requires. There are many reasons for a business to choose a hosted platform over premises based piece of equipment. I think firstly, there’s the capital expenditure. Because the system’s rented, you can plan the expenses very easily.

Also, there’s no in-school or maintenance costs associated with operating on a hosted platform. Secondly, to reduce risk, the system’s already there, it’s already in place, and it’s already working. It’s going to scale with your business and you don’t have to make decisions as you would with premises based equipment, for example, where you would need to buy maybe, a 25 user system now although you only have 10 users, you don’t need to plan your capacity in advance.

I think also this [xx] professionalism. Typically for a small business, you need to provide things like IVR’s, and actually the feature sets that you require from a hosted or telephony system are a lot more than a large business would provide.

By using a hosted system you can unlock those features far more easily on a standard monthly fee than buying an expensive in-house system. There are numerous technical benefits of running on a hosted platform.

First thing’s is the lines and the access. We will take care of the connectivity to the public telephone network and actually routing the calls which means you don’t need to worry about legacy circuits such as ISDN on your premises. On the access circuits chances are you’ve already got an existing connection to the internet but we can use that to group the calls over as well. Operationally, you don’t need to worry about back-ups because the provider will maintain that. You don’t need any support staff on site to maintain any on-site equipment. These benefits of reliability and scale, reliability as the platform provider, we provide fault tolerance to make sure the platform runs 24/7. And in terms of scale, with multi-tenantism can run from one to thousands of extensions very easily.

We also have the ability to integrate with on-site equipment. This is probably best explained with an example. Maybe we use the example of looking up a sale and record of a customer assistant. So when a call comes in, we would look up the name rather than the numbers so we can present that with the call.

This really puts us apart from one of the mail-hosted telephony platforms. By virtue of using a hosted platform, location independence comes out of the box. So it doesn’t matter whether you’re connecting from the office, whether you have some remote workers, whether you have people connecting from hotel rooms while they’re on the move.

That all happens by default. One of the trends we all say is start-up companies are exclusively using cloud based services. Particularly, they will getting their email services, their application services, from people like Google Apps and now the telephony services all from the cloud. This is because of the availability of high speed internet connections such as broadband and AFM circuits. We got customers right through from agricultural, right up to finance. We have them on a simple level, of simple to telephony right through to call centers.

The choice of using a hosted telephony platform is really more about how you buy it, and your capability of buying what you need.

You may need 10 extensions today and not know what the scalability requirements are, and it’s easy to scale a hosted platform down, or up to maybe 20 extensions in a year’s time. As a good example, one of our customer’s marketing moves, moved to the Foehn telephony platform and saved 50% on their annual communication’s cost. That’s a very good reason for moving. There’s also good reasons for owning your own PBX on-site. The hosted telephony platform we provide at Foehn is based on the same technology and offers exactly the same features as our own premise equipment.

The moving and transitioning from hosted to home premise or home premise to hosted or actually having a mix of both for disaster recovery is perfectly feasible and very easy to do..

Hi there. My name is Emma, and in today’s video, I am going to teach you about the telephone and cell phones. Telephone English. I’m going to teach you some of my top tips on how to speak well when you’re on the telephone. A lot of students get very, very scared when they talk on the telephone. Why is this? Well, you can’t see the person’s lips moving when you’re on the telephone, and the English — it’s sometimes difficult to understand what someone is saying.

So it’s okay. You can get better at talking on the telephone. And I’m going to tell you how. So let’s get started. I have eight tips for you. No. 1, one of the main problems students have when they’re on the telephone, is they’re very direct.

What does “direct” mean? Maybe they’ll say something like, “I want to talk to Mr. Bob.” Okay? “I want to talk to Mr. Smith.” This is very direct English. Why is it direct? “Want.” It’s not the most polite way to speak.

When you say “I want. I want.” It’s better, when you’re on the phone — especially to someone you don’t know that well — to use polite English, such as “could, would, may.” “May I speak to Mr. Bob? May I speak to Mr. Smith?” “Could you hold on a minute, please?” Okay? It sounds a lot nicer. So remember your “could, would, may”. Try not to use “want”. Tip No. 2, practice.

Practice, practice, practice. Practice makes perfect. But how do you practice? Who will you practice with? Well, one idea is if you know that there’s a business, and the business is closed for the day, you can call their telephone number.

Maybe they have an answering machine you can listen to. What I would recommend is call a business you know will be closed; listen to their answering machine message; and try to take notes on what they say. And then call back, and see. Did what you hear — is it the same? Is it the same from the first time you called to the second time? Are your notes correct? So very key is practice. You can also practice with a friend.

You can practice in front of the mirror. “Hello!” Okay? So practice, practice, practice. No. 3, spelling. A lot of the time, we have to spell on the phone. Sometimes you have to spell your name, your last name, your address. So it’s very important to be able to pronounce alphabet letters, a-b-c-d-e. So it’s very important that you can say these letters correctly. And also that you know how to spell things out on the phone.

So what do I mean by this? Well, for example, if you have to call someone, and they need to write down your last name, and your last name is — we’ll say your last name is White, so White.

So you’re on the phone, and they say, “What’s your last name?” “My last name is White.” And then you start spelling it. “W as in ‘Wilson’; H as in ‘Hilgar’ — it’s a weird name, but — I as in ‘Iceland’.” So what you do is you spell out your name using examples. So for example, if I’m spelling “Emma”, I’d say, “My name is Emma. That’s E as in ‘Erin’; M as in ‘Mary’; M as in ‘Mary’; A as in ‘Anne’.” Why do we do this? It’s because some English letters sound the same. If you’re on the phone, and you say “p-d-t-v”, they all sound so similar.

By spelling out in this way, the person will know which letter you’re talking about. Tip No. 4, numbers. A lot of the time, when you talk on the phone, you have to use numbers or someone will tell you a number, and you may have to write it down.

It’s very important to practice your numbers. Practice listening for numbers. So for example, a lot of students have trouble with 30 vs. 13, okay? What’s the difference? 30, the first part is long, “thir”; the second part is short, “ty”. “Thirty”. Versus 13, where the first part of the number is short, and the second part is long.

So it’s very important to get used to numbers like 14 vs. 40, 15 vs. 50. And you should also practice listening to long numbers. Okay? Maybe if I say the number one, you understand that. It’s easy. But try to listen to this number. If I say “4-45-1-7-8-10-100”, maybe it would be more challenging. So practice your numbers. No. 5, very important tip, ask if you don’t understand. A lot of students get nervous on the phone, and they’re too embarrassed to tell the person they’re talking to, “I don’t understand.” It’s very important you tell the person that, okay? So when you’re on the phone, you can say, “I’m sorry.

Can you repeat that, please?” Or “I’m sorry.

Could you repeat that?” Or “I’m sorry. Can you please slow down? My English is not strong.” This will help for the other person on the line to slow down their English, and then, hopefully you can hear what they’re saying, okay? So always ask for them to slow down if you don’t understand, and you can ask them to repeat.

No. 6, it’s very good to memorize — so remember — key phone expressions, okay? What are some examples of these? Ring! Ring! Imagine someone’s calling me. “Hello?” Okay, they say, “Is Josh there?” I say, “Oh, I’m sorry.

He’s not in. May I ask who’s calling please?” A lot of the phone English, it’s the same. You hear the same expressions again and again and again.

Just remember these expressions. “May I ask who’s calling, please?” Okay? “Is so-and-so there?” If you remember these expressions, it will make talking on the phone a lot easier for you. No. 7, when you’re on the phone, it’s important to know if you should use formal or informal English. What’s the difference? Formal English, you would use, maybe if you’re talking to someone you don’t know. Maybe if you work at a business, you might use this with a customer. So it’s very polite English. Informal English is the English you would use with your friends.

So it’s important to know which phone expressions are formal, and which ones are informal.

An example of this, when I made a mistake was, one time, in a job interview, somebody called me, and they asked to speak to me, and I said, “Oh, hey! How’s it going?” This is very informal English. What I should’ve said was, “How are you?” Okay? So it’s important to know the difference. Finally, the last tip — and a very important one — smile. When you smile when you’re on the phone, it makes your brain think you’re very happy, and it will calm you down.

Okay? So you’ll feel less nervous if you smile. And also, people can usually hear if someone is smiling. It sounds weird, but it’s true. When you’re smiling, people can usually tell that you sound happier. So it’s very good to smile when you answer the phone, when you call someone.

Have a smile on, and you will feel calmer. So I hope you’ve enjoyed this video. I invite you to come to our website, www.engvid.com. There, we have some quizzes where you can practice my phone tips. So until next time, take care..

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Jeff: Hello, welcome back to The Communicator! I’m Jeff Hostetler Chris: I’m Chris Hartley Jeff: In this occurrence we’re going to talk about digital and voice-over-IP methods, telephone methods. Those are the most prevalent ones that we see in the market today. When the time comes to preferring one over the other, it becomes a matter of liking. However we’re going to talk about some things where each one of them glints in their own respect and what is required to do when you’re figuring out which one to actually get for your business.

First thing we’re going to do is talk about digital methods. That’s the older of the two scenarios.

In front of me today I’ve got a digital specify and a voice-over-IP specify. The first one we’re going to talk about is the digital specify, like I said it is the older of the two and it utilizes detached cables. Normally what the hell are you view on the side of country offices wall, you are able view a system cable and a telephone cable.

That’s traditionally what you have when you’re looking at a digital phone context. It has one cable at the back for the link to the phone area. The telephone area is within the computer area and sometimes the phone area is outside of the computer area so you have detached contexts. The cables are then punched down onto a punch obstruct and then they’re moved over into the system. When you’re looking at that, what kind of aspects are you go looking for? Essentially when you’ve got both digital and voice-over-IP methods, what it comes down to is which one fits you.

If you’re just looking for the straight dial ambiance, one to be able to pick up the phone, acquire the bawls, answer the bawls, perhaps get voice mail; then a digital system would probably be for you.

Also, who can support it? I was explaining about the cable going back to the phone area, either your IT personnel or person in their own organizations should still be familiar with how to punch down a digital specify because as push changes becomes a little bit more difficult. Chris: More of a physical push? Jeff: Yes, more of a physical movement.

That person must continue to be verse in that technology to be able to do that. Those people in outsourcing; those contexts where they don’t have the skills required, they is typically take care of it.

Small offices especially that is really pretty big-hearted. Some companies favor the dissociation of the articulation and data scaffolds where they like to keep the articulation segregated from the data and they don’t want to merge the two together. So those are some contexts where digital play-acts very well. In smaller contexts, you simply want to be able to say; gather up the phone, have a dial ambiance and perhaps the voice mail. There are a lot of organizations that “were working” with who simply don’t have voice mail and digital determineds tend to be a great fit. The next is Voice-over-IP. Voice-over-IP would certainly be younger. However it has been in the market for some time.

This is a voice-over-IP phone and in the back there are two ports. This comes into play where you can share the computer port with the phone and the computer.

From the wall, it just takes one cable into the phone and out from the phone to the computer. Back in the switching area, the switching homes the two. What constructs it easier is that it is a single cable. Cabling in a brand-new context, you don’t “re going to have to” do two cables per place. You is simply do one, especially if you’re going for the voice-over-IP route.

Adds, moves, and changes become a lot easier, usually those interfaces( of course you are able to get that with the digital system) are done on web interfaces. This is basically a computer. It’s another node on the network, so you’re able to move this. If person was moving; respond Sally was moving down two agencies, she could unplug the phone, plug it back into the network that’s in her brand-new bureau and it’ll follow her.

It’ll get that report because it has an address on the back of it called a MAC address and that MAC address ties into an IP address which ties to this telephone. Cabling is easier, less expensive and the admin is much easier. The concern comes in the server neighborhood( the core neighborhood) where all these switches come in. Earlier in this last occurrence of The Communicator, what we talked about was Power over Ethernet. These phones don’t have a power supply accompanied with them. So back in the switching area, you got to have the ability to have power over Ethernet switches, power injectors or the mid distance switch that “were in” referring to.

If you’ve catched the last occurrence that we had done over the power of Ethernet, we’ve explained how that the project works. Also, you got to have a switching context that yields the articulation a priority. If you happen to simply plug it in and not work with that, it’s called Quality of Service or QoS.

That’s been talked about in the manufacture. You got to be able to give voice priority These switches will have the capabilities of making higher priority to voice versus respond web traffic; where you’re just scanning the web. Anytime a switching verifies articulation traffic versus web, it yields it priority. Otherwise, you’ll end up listening to garbles, it’s skittish, and it simply won’t work in that context. When you’re channel-surf the web, zeros and ones can be resent but certainly not in articulation. Chris: So their own choices is to VLAN that off for the voice back simply to keep it safeguarded? Jeff: That’s certainly for another exchange on networking but usually with those switches, they can certainly engrave those off in VLAN or virtual LANs we’re talking about.

We talked about QoS, we talked about prior requirements at the back of the switching. Even if you go for voice-over-IP system, admin becomes a lot easier along with cabling and capacities necessary to do includes, moves, and changes. You do have power requirements that you got to take into influence and you likewise have switching requirements such as power of the switching if you want to do that, excellence of service and being able to do VLANs and certain system topology; a system requirement as far as that is concerned.

Great thing about both of these is a lot of them have a similar context with the features. If you want to be able to do unified communications even under digital context, you’re able to bring your voice mail to email. That in a nutshell is two areas we can watch at when concerning yourself with the digital or voice-over-IP contexts. Chris, do you have any questions? Chris: What do you do when you have a bunch of analog terminals in a digital context, how do you integrate that to the IP solution? If you had a situation in a college dormitory where you had 10 or 20 analog terminals, how do you incorporate that into an IP? Jeff: There are various occasions that you could do.

Most of vehicle manufacturers have taken analog into consideration.

This, in particular is a ShoreTel phone system and they have a device called the 24 A; where it handles 24 analog terminals. They likewise partner with organizations that have analog capabilities such as the AudioCodes or Mediatrix of two companies that they act with. They give the analog capabilities but they talk the SIP protocol back to the switching that allowed by ShoreTel and the AudioCodes to talk. Chris: So it’s analog to the sort of middle soul container and then IP back out? Jeff: A good example would be a fax machine, credit card machine that type of happen in the analog environments.

It enables the AudioCodes container that we’re referring to and then it comes back out a sip to ShoreTel where it joins the network. You can either look at it from vehicle manufacturers standpoint; from the same marketer that does the IP contexts versus a third party that are typically these organizations. You are right regarding digital methods where it usually had a digital and analog cards built into the digital telephone systems. Chris: OK Jeff: With that, we are genuinely hope that you have a good luck in selecting either a digital, voice-over-IP or whatever you need for your office.

For Chris and myself, thank you very much! Chris: Thank you ..


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[Rafi Fine] Weißt du wie man ein Wählscheibentelefon benutzt, um einen Anruf zu machen? Ich denke man benutzt diese, aber ich habe keine Ahnung wie die funktionieren. Yeah, nicht das. Nein. Wähle die Nummern, sobald ich herausfinde wie. [Benny Fine] Da gibt es etwas, was du machen musst bevor du wählst! [Benny Fine] Was ist das Allererste, was du tun musst, um dieses Telefon zu benutzen? Ich habe keine Ahnung.

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Wählton. Ich glaube, ich habe davon gehört. [Benny Fine] Und weißt du was dieses Geräusch bedeutet? [Besetztzeichen] Dass keiner abhebt.

Es wurde getrennt? Laden oder Suchen oder sowas? Klingeln? Wählen? Nachricht? Man ist mit jemand anderen in der Leitung? [Benny Fine] Man nennt es “Besetztzeichen”. Oooh, also drücken die einen Knopf und dann kannst du sie nicht anrufen, weil sie beschäftigt sind? [Benny Fine] Nein, nicht ganz. [Benny Fine] So, würde du sie anrufen, aber sie sind bereits am Telefon, dann sag es dir “beschäftigt” und sie werden nie erfahren, dass du überhaupt angerufen hast.

Ziemlich uncool. Ich meine, das ist einfach nicht fair. Uh…Ich möchte dieses Telefon nicht. Ich möchte mein iPhone behalten. Vor 20 oder 10 Jahren war das genial und schau wie Technologie fortschreitet! Jetzt wissen die Leute nicht mal mehr was das ist! [Benny Fine] Weißt du was ein Ferngespräch ist? Nein, Ich habe das für eine lange Zeit nicht gewusst. Briefe? Wenn Leute in Kalifornien sind und die anderen Personen irgendwo auswärts? [Benny Fine] Wenn du jemanden anriefst, der eine andere Postleitzahl hatte als du, dann würde es mehr Geld pro Minute kosten um mit ihnen zu sprechen. Awww! Das ist verrückt. Das ist wirklich..nur–Sie sollten das nicht tun.

Aber was wenn sie das machen würden? Es im Rucksack mitnehmen? Vor kurzem war mein Geburtstag und alle meine Verwandten riefen mich an und sie leben alle in Chicago… Wenn sie eins dieser Telefone hätten, wären sie, da es eine große Entfernung war, wie, “Alles Gute, Tschüss.”, weil sie nicht extra Geld bezahlen wollen. [Benny Fine] Was denkst du, wie man mit diesem Telefon eine Nachricht versendet? Also man nimmt es und… oh.

Man müsste diese hier wieder verwenden. Hmmm. Nein, das nicht. Beep, boop, boop, beep. Ich habe keine Ahnung. Das ist sehr verwirrend für mich! Wenn man zur Zwei geht und man würde ein “A” haben wollen, würdest man es einmal machen, aber wenn man ein “B” haben möchte, würde man es zweimal machen.

[Rafi Fine] Wie würde sie sehen was du ihnen geschrieben hast? Wäre es dann so, dass man den Hörer abnimmt und es ein Morse Code ist oder so? Man würde es wahrscheinlich hierhin bewegen müssen und das wäre ein “A”. Warte, seid ihr sicher, dass man überhaupt Nachrichten schreiben kann? Kann man nicht.

Konnte man nicht. Es gab keine Textnachrichten? [Benny Fine] Es war eine Fangfrage. Es gab keine Textnachrichten. Oooh. Warum habt ihr sowas gemacht? Dann wie–Wie? Sie wollten mit ihren Freunden sprechen…oooh, so also. Sie würden anrufen. [Benny Fine] Es gab keine Textnachrichten und keine Handys, was bedeutet, dass die einzige Möglichkeit mit seinen Freunden sprechen zu können ist, dass du und dein Freund zuhause waren und ihr euch anruft.

Yikes! Das war wahrscheinlich sehr schwierig für euch. Was ist wenn man in einen Unfall geriet? Ich weiß nicht wie die das früher gemacht haben. Ich wäre nicht in der Lage das zu tun. Das machte es definitiv schwerer, aber dennoch kamen die Leute zurecht. Sie haben es überlebt! das ist schrecklich, besonders, wenn man sich lange nicht gesehen hat, weil man sehr beschäftigt ist und dann schaffst du es endlich mal mit ihnen zu reden und sie sind nicht zu Hause.

[Benny Fine] Wann hast du das letzte Mal ein Münztelefon benutzt? Was ist ein Münztelefon? Was ist ein Münztelefon? Was ist ein Münztelefon? Das ist ein Münztelefon? Niemals. Niemals. Meine Eltern haben sie benutzt. Ich weiß was ein Münztelefon ist. Ich habe dieses Avril Lavigne Lied gehört. [Benny Fine] Hast du schon einmal an der Straße eine Zelle gesehen, welche ein Telefon drin hat? Yeah. Das Einzige, was auf dem blauen Schild Stand war, “Telefonzelle.” Ich wusste nicht was es ist. [Benny Fine] Man muss Geld einwerfen, 50 Cent, um das Telefon zum Anrufen zu benutzen. Das ist ein bisschen wie Folter.

[Benny Fine] So wir haben uns jetzt alles zu diesem alten Telefon angeschaut, -[Benny Fine] aber wenn ich dir dieses Handy gebe– -Oooh! [Benny Fine] Wüsstest du wie man einen Anruf macht? Telefon. Dann drückst du diese Nummern. Schau, Ich rufe diese Person an. Oops, Ich rufe diese Person an! Drücke den Knopf auf dem “Telefon” steht, halte es an dein Ohr und sprich! Man muss nicht all diese verrückten Dinge tun.

Aus diesem Grund entwickeln sich Menschen zurück. (lacht) [Rafi Fine] Telefontechnologie hat sich sehr verändert! Ja! Gott sei Dank, sonst würde ich in der Ecke weinen! [Benny Fine] Bist du glücklich darüber, dass du jetzt lebst mit dieser Art von Telefonen oder wünscht du dir gelebt zu haben, als es diese Art von Telefone gab? Diese Telefone.

Es ist einfacher! Es dauert nur zwei Klicks! Yeah, ich bin ziemlich glücklich. Hah! “Was geht? Was geht, Bro?” Diese Telefone. Es hat sogar Sachen zum Spielen drauf. Oh, wir sollten Handys und solche Telefone haben. Es würde dein Haus alt aussehen lassen.

Ich liebe alte Technik. Ich bin ein Fan von Klassikern. Bist du balla-balla? Ich denke, dass ich bei meinem Handy bleiben möchte.

Hallo? Ein Moment. Vielen Dank für das Ansehen von Kids React! Lasst uns wissen, zu welcher Technologie wir als Nächstes reagieren sollen. Um zu abonnieren mache einfach… “S”…uh…”S”, yeah, okay… Auf Wiedersehen! Ruf mich an! Nicht auf diesem Telefon!.

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