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October means it’s time for AstriCon!

It’s October.  For me here in North America, that means that the weather is changing… The days are a bit shorter, the nights are a bit cooler, and the leaves are changing into beautiful reds and oranges and yellows.  For a telephony geek like me, it also means AstriCon is just around the corner. AstriCon

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Introducing the Next-Generation Mobile App: Sangoma Connect

We know that right now, communication is key. We also know that you need to be able to work where it makes the most sense for you, so mobility is a must. The latest milestone in our mission to help you communicate more effectively is the next-generation mobile softphone app for FreePBX and PBXact. It’s called

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FreePBX15 – Warmspare

A Warm spare server is used as a failover mechanism to provide reliability in some system configurations.  The warm spare is active and connected as part of a working system. When a key component fails, the warm spare is switched into operation. Why would someone need a warm spare setup?  If voice communication is the

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FreePBX – Migration Towards PJSIP

Going back several versions, FreePBX has had options to configure SIP with either Asterisk’s chan_sip or chan_pjsip. As mentioned in the blog post here, chan_sip is already deprecated in the Asterisk world, so it’s past time to start thinking about “Migration towards PJSIP” within FreePBX. The FreePBX engineering team has been working in this

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Change your dial plan… and support 988!

With today’s modern cloud communications systems, the way administrators build phone systems, and the way that users interact with them has been changing at an ever-increasing pace. Unfortunately, some of those changes can be somewhat dehumanizing: We all know someone who complains about IVR menus because they feel that phone menus have taken the humanity

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