We recently added support for 1and1 to our popular PBX Express tool. Now you can fire up a 3CX instance, fully configured, in minutes and have it running in your own 1and1 account. This is ideal if you are already a customer of 1and1 and are hosting your web server there, ... [+]
We are happy to inform you that 3CX Distributor USAVoIP has organised a 3CX Product Training Event this May in Costa Rica, at the Hotel Barcelo San José Palacio, for our Central American partners. The single day event is scheduled for May 11th and will cover basic 3CX concepts including ... [+]
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It’s time to treat our Polish partners to some 3CX training! We will be holding two training events, covering basic and advanced 3CX concepts, this May in Warsaw. The workshops are scheduled to take place on May 11th and 12th and are aimed at pre-sales and support personnel. The events ... [+]
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CIOs and IT admins are no doubt faced with some concerns and considerations when planning to replace their outdated, legacy PBX with a new Unified Communications software-based solution. Quite possibly, the biggest choice they will have to make is whether to go hosted or on-premise. In this three-part blog post, ... [+]
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Great news! You can now integrate ConnectWise CRM with your 3CX PBX! This new integration allows ConnectWise users to increase their productivity and save time on tedious tasks like looking for a customer record and creating new contacts in their ConnectWise CRM. This is achieved with the following features available to users ... [+]
3CX and SYSCOM partner to provide robust VoIP solutions to their global customer network MEXICO CITY, MEXICO, 21 APRIL 2017—3CX, developer of the next generation software-based Unified Communications Solution and SYSCOM, a Mexico-based industry leading distributor in telecommunications and security solutions, today announce SYSCOM as a distributor for 3CX and ... [+]
A question our support is often asked is, “What is the difference between shared parking and the park orbit?”. Overall,, there are no differences, in regards to what they both offer. Both are “slots” in which calls can be placed and retrieved. However, behind the scenes, there are big differences. ... [+]
One of the features that we’ve worked hard to bring to you in 15.5 is G.711 FAX over SIP with T.38 fallback. This long-awaited feature can now allow your PBX to receive FAX transmissions over G.711 as well as the already supported T.38. As FAX transmissions over T.38 protocol are ... [+]
This is one of the most controversial tech subjects I know of. VoIP on airplanes. A recent survey in the APAC region shows that 42 percent of the travelers there would like to see VoIP calling allowed in-flight. That's 2 out of every five traveler who want to be able to make a call from the air.
As someone old enough to remember when Airfone was found in the seatbacks of domestic airplanes here in the USA I really don't see what the hubbub is all about. As long as people use what is known as "public voice" and keep their sound levels to a quiet conversational tone, voice calling isn't such a bad idea to see come back.
What's more I'd be happy to see some restrictions like no calling on a night flight or red eye after 11 PM. of the destination or limit calls to 3 minutes or less and no repeat calling the same number more than once in an hour. Let's face it, with text and email we've already proved we can cut down phone calls and get the same message across with text and attachments..