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Microsoft Exchange Online UM – Beat the Deadline

Beginning this July, Microsoft Exchange Online Unified Messaging will no longer offer direct session border controller (SBC) SIP access for a third party PBX. If you have a Cisco, Avaya or another third party PBX phone system connecting to Exchange Online UM, this will affect you. […]

AVST connects on-premise third party phone systems to MS Exchange Online UM

Voicemail 2.0 – All Grown Up

Voicemail doesn’t have to be the black hole of messaging anymore. Voicemail has evolved and continues to be a key communications application for organizations around the globe. It’s become Voicemail 2.0, all grown up. […]

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Black Friday in July?

There has been a disturbance in the Force this holiday season as IT managers become aware of Microsoft’s discontinuation of support for existing SBCs to connect 3rd party PBX systems to Exchange Online Unified Messaging (UM). […]

Black Friday Shopping Mall

Transforming the Workplace with Speech Applications

Enterprise-class, speech-enabled UC applications are a major step to your digital future. As everyday users become accustomed to interacting with Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa, voice prompted systems are increasingly accepted,  […]

Workers using speech applications

Unified Messaging in Transition

When Microsoft made their announcement regarding the discontinuation of support for Exchange Online UM customers connecting to a 3rd party on-premises PBX, it included four options. […]

Infographic of 5 ways AVST solves Microsoft's discontinued support for Exchange Online UM and 3rd party PBXs.

Happy 35th Anniversary AVST

This month is an exciting milestone for AVST. We are celebrating 35 years as a trusted developer of enterprise-class unified communications (UC) solutions. […]

AVST 35 Year Anniversary Logo

UCaaS for Government: collab9 & AVST

AVST has teamed with collab9 to offer a FedRAMP authorized Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) solution, specifically engineered to meet federal, state and local government requirements.  […]

FedRAMP authorized unified communications as a service from AVST and collab9