DLS Hosted PBX 5.4 Product Release Announcement

Today we are pleased to announce version 5.4 of the DLS Hosted PBX software. This release includes numerous feature improvements and bug fixes. Among some of the notable improvements: major overhaul of white labeling, call center functionality, added support for Google cloud printing, improvements to SMS, LDAP support to the operator panels, provisioning support for new handsets and more... You ca...
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VoIP Isn’t Cheaper

Business decision makers who opt to switch to newer technology often think  that continued innovation means technology is getting more reliable and less expensive. In the case of VoIP technology though, the benefits aren’t as straightforward. The advantage with VoIP isn’t that it’s necessarily cheaper or more reliable. VoIP is more flexible and adaptable to changing business needs. It allows easy ...
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Unified Communications: How Modern Technology Changes Business Culture

Even as few as twenty years ago, nearly all sales took place face-to-face, with the salesperson traveling with clients to close the deal. Increasingly though, as technology continues to change all aspects of business, the sales model has flipped to often take place online. This has made business meetings more accessible, offering more opportunity for collaboration and brainstorming. Web conferenci...
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Happy Thanksgiving!

Dear Friends,In this time of gratitude, we give thanks for you. We value your patronage and appreciate your confidence in us. Counting you among our customers is something for which we are especially grateful.On behalf of all of us at DLS Internet Services, we wish you a very happy Thanksgiving!Sincerely, DLS Team
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Redundancy and Reliability are not the One and the Same

It’s been long ingrained in engineering, particularly in networking, that redundancy is key to high availability and reliability. In today’s world, however, increasingly more complex systems may sometimes have the opposite effect. Over-engineered networks with multiple redundant layers that are intended to reduce instances of network failure have shown to reduce overall reliability by becoming mor...
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