Over the last few years, compliance, electronic discovery, regulatory inquiries, and retention policies have become common topics within the business environment. In fact, in December 2006, new US procedures went into effect that mandates all electronically stored information (ESI) is discoverable. Although there has been some debate on whether voicemail is included in this, companies must have a well defined […]
AVT’s first computer had a 8088 processor, 768K of RAM, a 20 MB hard drive, two 8 inch floppy drives and three telephony boards from a long defunct company named Computalker Consultants. We paid extra for the classy wood case. It was purchased in early 1983, which was before the IBM PC XT (which had a 10 MB hard drive) […]
Immediate Message Notification requires four settings in order to function:
1) A configured Dialing Plan
2) Callouts must be enabled
3) Immediate Message Notification must be enabled in the subscriber’s mailbox
4) at least one phone number entered into the Personal Call List
AVST invites existing CallXpress customers, who have an active XpressCare maintenance contract, to apply to take part in the upcoming CallXpress 8.0 Beta Trial. The CallXpress Beta Program allows select AVST customers to evaluate and provide feedback on the latest in Unified Communications.
AVST is looking for customers who will take advantage of key new or updated CallXpress features and integrations, […]
The mission of the Customer Advocate Program is to develop and sustain customer relationships to showcase how AVST solutions are used by businesses of all sizes to meet their unified communications needs. The fundamental principles behind the program are integrity and mutual respect. Participation in the program can include these benefits:
Access to product teams
With this blog I intend to share with you some of my personal anecdotes as your Community liaison, updates on AVST’s web 2.0 initiatives, feedback from CallXpress User Group member surveys, and important information on upcoming User Group activities such as training, conferences and webinars. I hope you will tune in weekly to read the latest news about the Community […]
These days with unlimited long distance calling plans for $30/month or less, you don’t hear too much about toll fraud taking place any more. However, it still happens from time to time where the hacker places international calls which can still be quite costly. Below is some info on just some of the ways to help protect yourself agains toll […]
The City of Phoenix, Arizona’s capital city, is the fifth largest city in the nation with over 1.5 million residents. With more than 40 departments and functions throughout the city including the Police Department, City Hall, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and the Parks and Recreation Department, the City of Phoenix has over 14,000 employees who depend upon a […]
Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) is a voluntary association of local governments in Lane County, Oregon. Since its inception in 1945, the agency has partcipated in a wide variety of projects and programs for local governments. Today, LCOG serves Lane County, the 12 cities within the county, as well as education, public utilities and other special districts.
One of the Council’s […]