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Sam Rozenfeld

Chicago Residents Get Stars, Stripes and Taxes for Independence Day

Chicago’s 9% “Cloud Tax” became effective July 1 for all city of Chicago consumers, including businesses If you’re like most people, you probably look forward to the July 4th holiday to celebrate and reconnect with family, friends, and close business associates. Maybe you had planned on enjoying the holiday with a streaming movie service. Maybe

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DLS Internet Wireless Service Moving to E-Vergent

(June 03, 2015) Lake in the Hills, ILL – DLS Internet Services (www.dls.net), a technology company providing hosted Unified Communications solutions (hosted PBX), co-location, hosted data storage, virtual infrastructure and network consulting services, announced today the sale of their wireless broadband Internet service division. DLS Internet Services (DLS) has entered into an agreement with E-Vergent,

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Sam Rozenfeld

Will New Net Neutrality Rules Have any Effect on Hosted VoIP?

While the major providers in the broadband services arena like Verizon Wireless, Cox Communications, Comcast, CenturyLink, Time Warner Cable and others may be disenchanted with the recent changes in the regulatory landscape of their industry, many Hosted VoIP providers may benefit from the current FCC net neutrality rules, at least for now.

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Sam Rozenfeld

DLS Hosted PBX Offers Human Call Transcription Service

Many professions rely on transcribers. Lawyers use secretaries and paralegals. Doctors and  dentists use professional transcribers to record diagnosis. News editors right the work of reporters on content and typographical errors. Among others are Novelists, Corporate Officers and Courts. Transcription has been seen by some as a “mundane” task that  should be automated. There are, however, many aspects of transcriptionists’ jobs, that are anything but mundane, and

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DLS releases Hosted PBX 5.0

Today I am pleased to announce the launch of the 5th major release of the DLS Hosted PBX. This release includes a number of significant enhancements to Queues, Faxing, Conferencing, Voicemail, Reporting, Call Routing, Predictive Dialer, and Interface Configuration. This release also includes some new features: LDAP Authentication, Multi-Tenant Support, and provisioning for Cisco 7945

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DLS Hosted PBX 5.0 Release announcement

Today I am pleased to announce the launch of the 5th major release of the DLS Hosted PBX. This release includes a number of significant enhancements to Queues, Faxing, Conferencing, Voicemail, Reporting, Call Routing, Predictive Dialer, and Interface Configuration. This release also includes some new features: LDAP Authentication, Multi-Tenant Support, and provisioning for Cisco 7945 handset and Bria softphone.

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DLS Hosted PBX Offers Human Call Transcription Service

Many professions rely on transcribers. Lawyers use secretaries and paralegals. Doctors and  dentists use provessional transcribers to record diagnosis. News editors right the work of reporters on content and typographical errors. Among others are Novelists, Corporate Officers and Courts… Transcription has been seen by some as a “mundane” task that  should be automated. There are, however, many aspects of transcriptionists’ jobs, that are anything but mundane, and

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Birth of New Unified Communications Ecosystem

From all the mobile/desktop convergence in the world of computers we can extrapolate a very simple, and very likely, principle for the future of communication technology – uniform functionality and usability across the board regardless of what sort of device you’re using: a standard ecosystem. As far as computers are concerned mobile and desktop are going to work in pretty much the same way in the near future which hints that we’re going to see something very similar occurring in the world of desktop phones.

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HP Dropped Their IP PBX

Before HP purchased 3Com they didn’t have any entry into the IP PBX market and that was an intentional decision. By the time HP made its purchase 3Com’s IP PBX division had already found itself severely beaten down by Cisco and the industry’s other bruisers. If HP wanted to be a serious contender in the digital telephony market it would have had to construct a new channel for selling digital telephony, practically from scratch, to funnel 3Com’s IP PBX products through.

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