Live Voice Manager Flyer

VXTracker Live Voice Management provides comprehensive reporting and management of all aspects of yourcommunication systems. It consists of a base platform that addresses the three main functional areas of voicecommunications management–Call Accounting, PBX Performance Monitoring and Security/Compliance Tracking.VXTracker allows users to monitor and manage multiple voice systems whether TDM or IP-based. paydayloanman.com
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VXRecord Flyer

VXRecord is a call recording application for IP phone systems for small to medium-sized businesses. This affordable solution allows organizations to record calls made by all their employees or just a few extensions. You can search, play back, score, annotate and email voice files from a user-friendly, web-based interface. Use this visibility for training, customer satisfaction and quality assurance, as well as compliance and security issues. philosophy.blogmura.com
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VXPulse Flyer

VXPulse is a managed service solution that provides a single tool to span converged communications requirements. Providing simplified remote management and access for customer maintenance through an on-premise agent and using controlled collection and network metrics, VXPulse will alert on unacceptable performance, perform VoIP readiness assessments for customers who are considering the transition to VoIP and is a “live, always on” management tool for analyzing network performance. philosophy.blogmura.com
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VXTracker 2 page Call Accounting Flyer

VXTracker enables enterprises of all sizes to manage their telephone systems and related infrastructure more efficiently and cost effectively. It consists of a base platform that addresses the three main functional areas of voice communications  management–Call Accounting, PBX Performance Monitoring and Security/Compliance Tracking. Hybrid networks will be with us for many years. VXTracker allows users to monitor and manage multiple voice systems whether TDM or IP-based. www.portmone.com.ua
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Is there ever Privacy with Social Media?

On September 27, 2012, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a regulation that prohibits employers from requiring applicants and employees to allow them access to social media sites where, presumably, the employers might find information that would affect employment decisions.  So the question is, does this mean people will go crazy again in their postings, or have we learned the lesson and will refrain from posting those damaging photos? As the mother of an eleven year-old son, I worry that he will post something that could haunt him forever. I personally, plan to keep the scare tactic going with him – be
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