Vitelity 101 – SMS Enabled DIDs Webinar Recording
SMS Enabled DIDs can improve productivity and provide business continuity while shortcode messages are often used for information and marketing efforts. In this webinar we covered the use cases, how to use these Vitelity features, and how to configure them. If you missed the webinar, the recording can now be viewed at your convenience.
Our next webinar will be:
Vitelity 101 – Why T.38 Does Not Solve FAX Issues & Using vFAX/FAX Enable to provide a solution
As companies migrate to using VoIP, the most common problem is how to deal with their existing FAX needs. At first, most people try to connect a regular ATA (analog telephone adapter) to their FAX machine and send the FAX transmissions over their VoIP provider. While this may have limited success in some cases, the vast majority of the time this will provide for a very unreliable solution. The Holy Grail of FAX was thought to be the T.38 protocol, which uses data packets instead of analog modulation, but it has its share of issues as well. First off, we need to look at why these solutions don’t work well and then at how Vitelity’s vFAX and FAX Enable products solve this problem.
When: Thursday June 20th 10am PST / 1pm EST
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