Voice over internet protocol technology cuts telecommunications costs and improves productivity. But is it right for your business?
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Windows 10 includes a number of built-in features to keep your computer safe from viruses, malware, and more.
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To terminate, or close, a program in Windows 10 and Windows 8, you should press the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keyboard combination on your keyboard to open the Windows security screen
One reason your Windows 10 PC may feel sluggish is you’ve got too many programs running in the background—programs that you may never use, or only rarely use. Stop them from running, and your PC will run more smoothly.
This tutorial is a precursor to an upcoming tutorial on how to configure the Cisco SPA504G IP-Phone for auto provisioning. Is recommended that you start from scratch following a Factory Reset. While, performing a factory reset isn’t essential prior to configuring your VoIP provider, is a good practice to avoid any strange behavior later when you
Knowing the IP address of the phone is very important to carry out further settings and see if our network is working properly. To find the IP of our Polycom phone follow these steps: Press the Menu hard key Scroll to Status and press the Select softkey Scroll to Network and press the Select softkey
1. VoIP Is Easier to Install, Configure, and Maintain IP Phones are simple to install, even for people with limited technical know-how. Rather than having someone come and run phone wiring through your facility, you can set up an IP Phone and be ready to go quickly. Hosted VoIP software makes it easy and inexpensive
Windows 7 Safe Mode is a way of booting up your Windows operating system in order to run administrative and diagnostic tasks on your installation. When you boot into Safe Mode the operating system only loads the bare minimum of software that is required for the operating system to work. This mode of operating is
Device Manager provides you the facility to graphically view the hardware that is installed on your computer. The Device Manager shows you the devices that are integrated in and connected to your computer, and their drivers. You can use Device Manager to manage devices only on a local computer. Using Device Manager you can: Determine whether the hardware on your computer is