How to Manage Your Grandstream Deployments From the Cloud

Posted by Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager on Jul 11, 2021

en español

Using GDMS, UCM RemoteConnect, and GWN.Cloud

A typical IT infrastructure deployment has a variety of devices within it that all require provisioning, configuration, and management. Having these pieces of hardware under one brand helps streamline these processes; being able to access these devices from the cloud takes this to the next level. Grandstream’s mission is to connect the world, and this means making top-of-the-line features and technology more affordable and obtainable for small to medium businesses and IT installers. Cloud configuration and management through Grandstream Device Management System, UCM RemoteConnect, and GWN.Cloud is one way that we’ve built more value into our solutions. Within this blog post, you’ll learn how you can manage your Grandstream deployments from the cloud.

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Topics: IP communications, Cloud Management Platform

4 Tips for a School's Inbound Call Strategy

Posted by Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager on Dec 4, 2019

Deploying K-12 Communication Networks

A communication network is one of the most vital pieces of infrastructure for any educational institution. Parents, teachers, administration, and sometimes even students rely on this network to stay informed and productive. A school’s wide range of users makes the network more complex when compared to others. It’s important to create an inbound call strategy prior to deploying a unified communications solution to ensure that the communication process is easy and streamlined for everyone involved. Continue reading to learn 4 tips that will help you create an inbound strategy that is perfect for parents, staff, and students alike.

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Topics: IP communications, VoIP trends, Voice over IP, Vertical Markets

Must-Have Software Integrations to Make the Most of Your IP Phone System

Posted by Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager on Jun 7, 2018
The way we communicate and go about our daily lives are becoming exceedingly interconnected. Right now, you could be reading this blog post on a device that sends an email, shoots off an instant message, or initiates phone calls. A recent Syntonic 1 survey reported that 64% of workers use their smart devices to accomplish business tasks. A desktop phone is a valuable instrument for communication, and we have developed the tools to integrate it with other devices to help you stay as efficient as possible.
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Topics: GXP Phones, BYOD, IP communications, VoIP mobile, VoIP trends, smart office, SIP endpoints, VoIP endpoints, mobile device integration

Cryptographic What? VoIP Encryption Methods

Posted by Kate Clavet, Content Marketing Specialist on Jan 30, 2018

en español

When discussing a UC solution with a customer, security is likely a top concern of theirs. In recent years, it seems as if the more information we put over the Internet, the more vulnerable we become. However, trying to explain cryptographic protocols to someone without a VoIP background can get a bit dicey, and it’s easy to get lost in a sea of acronyms. For today’s blog, let’s discuss a brief overview of VoIP communication and encryption at an accessible level.

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Topics: Security, Unified Communications, IP Voice, IP communications

5 IP Communications Myths Busted

en español

I want to help simplify VoIP. Especially for those of you thinking about implementing VoIP or even those who are simply curious about IP communications. Switching an entire communication hub from analog to IP can seem scary. You might think that upgrading to a new technology that includes all your communication devices can be complicated, time-consuming and even too expensive. These, among many other myths about VoIP couldn’t be further from the truth. To help paint a more accurate picture of the advantages of VoIP, I’m going to debunk the 5 most common IP communication myths.

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Topics: Unified Communications, IP communications, advantages of VoIP, myths about VoIP, IP communication myths busted, upgrading to VoIP