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While the mobile movement allows many to conduct business on the go, office phones remain a crucial staple of the workplace for most companies today. They are reliable, provide workers with a professional phone number separate from their personal one, and can connect seamlessly to the company's communication system.
According to a recent announcement from Airbus DS Communications (ADSC), its VESTA 4 911 system has been certified by the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) a testing agency of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The certification clears the way for VESTA 4 to be installed at military bases.
IP phones allow businesses to access all the communication tools they need, directly from their desk phone. It's a powerful tool for companies with unified communication systems, and some are even merging the streamlined design of smartphones with desk phones for a completely user-friendly approach. But in order for businesses to get the most out of their IP phones, they first must ensure that they have a solid IP network and platform in place.
This week, IP phones were installed at the courthouse, and more will be installed at the sheriff's office next week, followed by the annex the week after that, according to Beck. The courthouse expects the upgrades to be completed by the end of the year.
Reliable radio networks are the foundation of mission critical communications in developing and emerging markets around the world. This technology has a reputation for ensuring safe, effective operations for utility, public safety, government, transportation and natural resources organizations.
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