Compare ShoreTel (SHOR) and CISCO (CSCO) Overview Part 1

August 5th, 2011
Compare-ShoreTel-(SHOR)-and-CISCO-(CSCO)-Unified-Communications-Manager

As both a ShoreTel Certified VoIP Engineer and a CISCO CCVP I  have been working exclusively in VoIP since 1998.   For this reason,  one of the questions that is most asked of me is which is a better solution: ShoreTel and CISCO?   Since I have the sales skills of Attila the Hun, I assume that the question is being asked because someone is truly interested in understanding the architecture of the two systems.   At the end of the day  most […]

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Have you set your Holiday Phone Message Schedule yet?

December 18th, 2010

It was the night before Christmas and all through the house not a create was stirring, except the technical support team!  It does not matter what holiday it is, the result is always the same.  At 4:45PM the day before the Holiday our Call Center breaks new records for inbound calls from the client base.   The question is always the same: “we are closing for a ½ day and how do we set the Holiday Greeting”.  Ugh!   Not like we […]

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ShoreTel Legacy Integraiton: ShoreTel as Voice Mail!

June 15th, 2009

One of the more interesting aspects of PBX system installation in general and ShoreTel in particular, is the subject of Legacy PBX integration. There are a variety of reasons that a new ShoreTel installation might need to integrate with the old, in place or “legacy” PBX phone system. You might be installing the ShoreTel at the first location of a multi-site installation with the rest of the sites coming on line as older equipment leases expire. PBX’s typically use a […]

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ShoreTel Contact Center Call Select or Agent Select

May 15th, 2009

Configuring a ShoreTel ECC is better understood if we start from the Agent and work back to the caller. In the ShoreTel Enterpriser Contact Center we first define Agents whom we then assign to Groups which are generally the “destination” of a Services. Services are reached through entry points referred to as an IRN or Internal Routing Numbers. The IRN is connected through the PBX via TAPI to the DNIS dialed by the caller. Services can also have Destinations of […]

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