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Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephones for Retirement and Rest Homes

Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephones or DECT for short. In the past people have tried to use standard cordless telephones for staff who by the very nature of their jobs need to move about the building. Problem being once the handset gets too far away from it’s base off goes the signal, not very professional when you are talking to someone about their loved one. Some tried to use VoIP DECT…
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The Demise of the Humble Telephone Line

Soon to be a thing of the past….telephone lines…..yes folks all ISDN business lines will be ceased shortly, that’s ISDN2e and ISDN30e which will be followed by analogue phone lines as Providers will soon  only install broadband circuits,  if you want to keep your phone number now is a good time to be looking at ‘porting’ your number over to a Voice over Internet (VoIP) provider. Its an easy conversion…
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Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telephone

Or DECT as cordless VoIP handsets are known must be one of the most overlooked handsets on the market. Highly versatile, crammed with technology these little workhorses deserve more than passing a glance. I guess people associate them with traditional cordless technology but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Memory storage of names and numbers, visual indicators for incoming calls, crystal clear calls, transfer, music on hold, it’s quite…
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Working From Your New ‘home’ Office

Yes that’s the room guests use when visiting (remember those days), the room you recently moved the junk out of so you can have space to earn a living from ……………. ‘that’ room. Solving IT Set Up Computing Most folk cracked the computer-working-from-home bit years ago using Cloud or office based Servers, users logon in the office or from home so usually that’s not an issue, if it is drop…
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4G Versus Copper-Wire Broadband

With copper wire broadband being so slow in my area I’ve been looking at other methods of connecting to the Internet. Finally settled on 4G using a Three Mobile SIM and a Huawei E5180 Router. I’ve had some interesting results getting up to 25 Mbps download and up to 5Mbps upload speeds but speeds vary. First off this clever little box has a CAT5 (RJ45) socket meaning I could connect…
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