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When Sandy Griffin, Chief Engineer at Jacobs Media, which runs three commercial radio stations in Atlanta, received a quote for $1,400 simply to upgrade to the latest version of their Bell South telecommunications system, he knew it was time for a change.
2013 was a very successful year for Kerio with record growth across all of our product lines. Our thanks go out to our Kerio customers and Kerio partners, who made all of this possible.
Today we're launching a new version of Kerio Operator, an IP PBX business class VoIP phone system, that makes it easy for IT administrators to add phone services to existing data networks. Kerio Operator 2.2 features Salesforce.com integration, automatic backup and remote storage for recorded calls, and improved phone provisioning and management.
As Kerio’s global PR Manager based in California, I sometimes keep odd hours. One night I might have a midnight conversation with Abi Vickram, our director of sales in Australia, to make sure he isn’t making a PR gaffe. The next morning I might be on an early call with one of our European PR agencies.
College life. Exams and tests. Collecting credit hours and biting through a load of everyday issues. But also challenges, building up practice and inviting experiences!
Kerio has been searching for new talents all the time. Thanks to our great relationship with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen. We have been cooperating with students on many projects, including thesis on regular basic. It makes it easier for students to jump-start their career in Kerio.
There is little doubt the phone has become an IT product, and now that VoIP is the rule rather than the exception, Kerio is adding more and more features with each release of our award-winning IP PBX.
There is no debate that IP Voice installations have been on the rise, and the old complicated PBX is soon going the way of the dinosaur. This is largely due to SIP, which is the protocol that makes setting up a VoIP system a straightforward and manageable process.
Infographics…they do such a good job describing what we already know, or have long suspected. If I had any design skills, I’d create a lot of them.
A new infographic from Axvoice takes a look at the state of telephony in the United States and confirms:
Today, Kerio announced significant enhancements to its IP PBX (VoIP) solution. Kerio Operator 1.2 is now based on Asterisk 1.8, which is the engine behind the new features in this version, and will play an even larger role in future innovation. We’ve also added support for analog phone lines through a Digium TDM410 card so organizations that have limited SIP connectivity can take advantage of Kerio Operator’s VoIP features.
Today, I'm thrilled to announce the first public beta of Kerio Operator 1.2.0. It brings some quite interesting functionality, easier operation and better hardware support for, amongst other things, Digium analog cards.
Here's a sneak peek of the new features: