Category Mobility

Untethering the User From the Device with SIP

Those of you (like me) of “a certain age” might remember that your first work telephone was probably an analog 2500 set that looked a lot like this. It was fine for making and receiving calls, but that was about it.  It had no Bluetooth integration for a headset or a display for caller ID. […]

The Rise of the Mobile Device

I maintain two blogs.  There is, of course, the SIP blog you are reading at this very moment.  I also have one that is as far from SIP and IP technology as you can possibly get. They draw very different audiences, but over the past few years I’ve seen the same change in how those […]

Current Trends in Unified Communications

I’ve been in this industry longer than I care to admit.  I was working at Northern Telecom in the 1980’s when we announced something called “The Digital World.”   Not to be confused with the IP-PBX which came years later, this was the transformation away from analog telephony to digital telephones and ISDN.   Speaking of the […]

Adding Mobile SIP Technology to Your Communications System

Last week I presented a webinar on adding mobile SIP devices to your communications network.   I give webinars on a fairly regular basis and will admit that some topics require more research than others.  However, this one was a bit of a no-brainer for me since I’ve been using mobile SIP technology for many years […]