IVSComm Monthly Newsletter November 2018
It’s Q&A Time!
Q: Am I able to call 911 from a VOIP phone? A: Yes. The FCC requires that your location and number show up just like on an analog phone. Q: Since VOIP uses the Internet, can my phone get a virus or malware? A: Your phone does send and receive data over the Internet, but malware is designed to attack computer or mobile phone systems, so your desktop phone won’t be affected. Q: Speaking of Internet, just how much bandwidth does my VOIP phone use? A: Very little — according to the manufacturers, VOIP phones use much less than 1MB/sec. Your business network won’t notice the phones at all and your PC speeds will be unaffected. Q: Will my phones still work if the power goes out? A: Well, no. They need power, just like the phones you use with the service you may currently have with your Internet service provider.
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Quote of the Month
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ―Albert Einstein
“When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” —Willie Nelson