World VoIP NewsKerio Tecnnologies expands its VoIP PBX products portfoio
Kerio Tecnnologies expands its VoIP PBX products portfoio
Enterprise Kerio Technologies announced about release of its IP PBX (VoIP) solution for small and medium businesses that is designed to focus on the continuous monitoring of telephony costs without compromising on security issues for business communications.
As boasted by the Company, Kerio Operator 1.1 is secure and configurable in a matter of few minutes. The application smoothen up VoIP telephony communitcations, controls telephony costs, and makes users to get connectivity anywhere, still being of intuitive use for both the employee and the IT administrator. Kerio Operator 1.1 is backed up by SIP protocol, and is fully suitable with merely all major IP Phone and SIP providers. The basic advantage of Kerio Operator 1.1 is simplicity for administrators, ensured by the web-based GUI. This GUI has drag and drop capabilities for interface management, attached with the option of contextual help, and a configuration assistant. All Kerio products family is traditionally configurable remotely by means of Internet browser. "IP PBX is a huge opportunity for VARs to grow their businesses," said Scott Schreiman, CEO Kerio Technologies. "We have worked with the IT channel for years, and our mission is to help them understand that providing voice solutions to their clients is actually very similar to the messaging, security and storage solutions they already provide." Company describes the current rends to be associated with traditional PBX telephony industry becoming outdated, and IT resellers are better equipped to incorporate voice into their messaging portfolio. Kerio Operator can be configured and managed remotely by VARs. Therefore, end clients are prevented to pay for quite costly onsite visits every time they need to adjust their phone system. Kerio Operator 1.1 is immediately available as both a software option and a hardware box. Augmentation of features since previous version of Kerio is as follows:SIP password guessing protection , Detection of anomalous behavior, when administrator can impose "regulations" for normal call routines to monitor behavior of the phone system, with further alerting on these calls made outside of these rules, Email and voicemail integration, Automatic "plug-and-play" of a phone setup, line of phones is supported, including Cisco, Linksys, Snom and now Polycom, Auto-attendant, Personal Ring Groups, Improved NAT Support.
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