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  • Who Posted? - Internet Business Forums
    Who Posted Total Posts 4 User Name Posts cat 1 itboy 1 bumfluff 1 Brian Turner 1 Show Thread Close Window

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/misc.php?do=whoposted&t=3991 (2016-02-18)
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  • Re: voip service - Internet Business Forums
    can put you in touch with the company who supplied us if you like 13 03 2007 08 01 PM 5 permalink nangel78 Member Join Date Jan 2007 Posts 59 Re voip service I have not used VOIP myself How has your experience been with Skype Cisco and others 14 03 2007 03 45 AM 6 permalink taiarain Senior Member Join Date Oct 2006 Posts 131 Re voip service I ve considered VOIP for my business but honestly right now it s more economical to stay with cellular 18 03 2007 06 26 PM 7 permalink stratigen Member Join Date Feb 2007 Posts 35 Re voip service Hi I was FD of a Telco back in 2005 6 and some of our products were VoIP As with all things there are advantages and disadvantages The headlines are it tends to be cheaper but often the audio quality isn t as reliable And without knowing your exact usage requirements e g personal business from to locations it s hard to provide a recommendation Regards Steve Jones 21 03 2007 05 03 PM 8 permalink Lizette Tressel Junior Member Join Date Mar 2007 Location California US Posts 7 Re voip service Hi I have a home office and currently using VoIP services by Sun Rocket systems There are things to consider depending on who would be your servicer I had initial issues with VoIP dropped calls fax had issues receiving and delivering messages and finally the issue of power outages On the upside it is a lot less here in America my charges are only 199 per year I have 3 numbers plus all the bells and whistles i e call fwd 3 way calling etc I get 100 minutes free to call UK and 3 cents after Carefully look into different

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  • Who Posted? - Internet Business Forums
    Posted Total Posts 10 User Name Posts Brian Turner 2 stratigen 1 nangel78 1 taiarain 1 monaghan 1 Globalart4u 1 Lizette Tressel 1 Contact Foundry 1 ankit 1 Show Thread

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  • Looking for small/micro business to test cloud PBX - Internet Business Forums
    and give us feedback Anyone participating as a beta user will benefit from a free starter PBX normally 9 35 per month if they wish to upgrade from a trial service The next release coming shortly will also include some very flexible call analytics to gather useful business intelligence Used for example to track which advertised phone numbers are performing or which agents are answering their phone Or if you have ideas about what s missing from today s phone service offerings for a growing business then post them here perhaps we can add them to lazyPBX Last edited by underpressure 07 09 2012 at 01 41 PM Reason formatting 16 07 2015 05 50 PM 2 permalink Brian Turner Business Guru Join Date Dec 2003 Location Near Inverness Highlands Scotland Posts 7 966 Re Looking for small micro business to test cloud PBX Quote Or if you have ideas about what s missing from today s phone service offerings for a growing business then post them here I know that PMC Telecom do a really good hosted PBX service You can find them here https www pmctelecom co uk contact Tags ivr pbx virtual switchboard Facebook in office Re

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  • Who Posted? - Internet Business Forums
    Who Posted Total Posts 2 User Name Posts underpressure 1 Brian Turner 1 Show Thread Close Window

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/misc.php?do=whoposted&t=18985 (2016-02-18)
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  • Facebook in office? - Internet Business Forums
    restrict to break time usage only Alex Monaghan Monaghan Consultants Ltd IT Database consultancy Become Legal Some thoughts about legal software Heikki Kovalainen Lotus Racing How to Live Cheaper 29 08 2011 07 19 AM 4 permalink harjos Junior Member Join Date Jul 2011 Posts 6 Re Facebook in office There are risks with social networking sites in the workplace such as adverse impacts on productivity as well as heightened chances of harassment claims One response is to block these sites but that action carries its own risks 01 09 2011 11 01 AM 5 permalink jbarnett Junior Member Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 10 Re Facebook in office It s true that there are associated risks with employees using Facebook and to some extent you need to dissuade them from using it however be careful as a lot of companies trip themselves up especially in terms of marketing Social networks should not be underestimated as a place to find new business with the advanced targeting options out there for the likes of Facebook and LinkedIn advertising for example you could have highly targeted social marketing campaigns You need to consider how you are going to block non marketing people from using it over those who undertake marketing for the company 16 09 2011 04 18 PM 6 permalink PrimeOutsourcing PrimeOutsourcing Services Join Date Aug 2011 Location Manila Philippines Posts 5 Re Facebook in office that s one of our company policy as well browsing of non related websites that includes facebook and it is really prohibited 20 09 2011 01 32 AM 7 permalink Eagle Senior Member Join Date Mar 2004 Posts 236 Re Facebook in office Not at the expense of productivity though Logo Designer Eagle Imagery Business Forum UK Business Labs 24 09 2011 12 33 PM

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  • Facebook in office? - Page 2 - Internet Business Forums
    time wastage It s not an old fashioned view just common sense We re there to do business not chat to friends on social networking sites Only those people who previously abused the system have any reason to be annoyed Yes they could do it in their breaks but it s far easier to have a general rule that says they can t use it A blanket ban doesn t always work depending on what kind of network you re on there may well be ways of administering usage to groups of users that are allowed and others that are not Another good way which is highly dependent on the network firewall is allowing Facebook during lunch hours 15 12 2011 07 22 PM 14 permalink ruthie Junior Member Join Date Nov 2011 Posts 2 Re Facebook in office Quote Originally Posted by monaghan Easiest way to block would be via your firewall if you have a decent one then you control the gateway to the outside world and can block what you want If you are a small company then why not sit everyone down and explain the situation and reach a compromise to restrict to break time usage only We recently did just this in my company worked like a charm Last edited by ruthie 15 12 2011 at 07 29 PM 08 05 2012 12 25 PM 15 permalink janehyde Paper Mountain Solutions Join Date Oct 2011 Posts 3 Re Facebook in office 51 of employees use sites such as Facebook and Twitter during their working day with a third doing so every day While many companies are increasingly banning these sites altogether it seems that employees in businesses that do allow access to social media websites are not always giving clear policies regarding using these sites

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  • Internet Business Forums
    have sufficient privileges to access this page Are you trying to edit someone else s post access administrative features or some other privileged system If you are trying to post the administrator may have disabled your account or it may be awaiting activation Log in User Name Password Forgotten Your Password Remember Me The administrator may have required you to register before you can view this page Forum Jump User

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