At Jive we know a thing or two about winning. Although we’re one of the younger players in the game, we’ve been known to go up against the big guys and come out on top—that, among other reasons, is why we’re rooting for the U.S. in this year’s World Cup.
Jive knows how messy new phone systems can be. That’s why we’ve organized a team uniquely trained to help you through the process from start to finish. We make the process easy. How easy? Find out now.
The Find Me/Follow Me feature is a game changer for school employees. It allows anyone on the system to customize their phone so they may be reached at different locations and on any Jive enabled device.
Picture it: A teacher is frustrated. She’s been having trouble with her voicemail settings. Parents keep complaining that they can’t get to her voicemail when they call—the line simply disconnects, or sometimes gives a disconcerting error message.
Seriously. Vader probably had Jive. All the signs are there. Video chat, multiple locations, custom sound files—plus you never see him manage it. And you know Vader would never have had a direct line to get to him—it would have been an auto-attendant set up to screen his calls. Darth has always struck me as the type that would want control of his system. I mean, he could have one of his commanders manage it for him, but I’d hate to see that guy get choked if he messes it up. You may not think you relate to Darth Vader. […]
Phones are an interesting business. It’s the one business technology that people seem to almost want to be boring. In fact, if you can think of a way to make phones or PBX management more boring, there are some competitors who would likely be interested in talking with you. On the other hand, if you like technologies to be intuitive, rich, pretty, and even—dare I say it—fun, then pause your game of fruit ninja and check this out. With any other phone system, you decide how a phone call routes with either a drop-down menu, an automatic default, or a […]
VoIP is all over the place. It’s the hip new technology, so it’s being adopted in a lot of different ways, and nobody’s really doing a good job of explaining those options. Do I want hosted, or on-premises, or what? Can I just buy a magicjack? How does it even work? It can feel like a frustrating nightmare to try and map the landscape. Let me share an industry secret: the big money in the industry is in the enterprise—companies with hundreds or thousands of phones who want to know a lot of technical details about how a system could […]
The technology of telephony is always changing. There are big infrastructure changes, such as the shift from landlines to mobile and the shift from traditional phones to VoIP. There are also many small functional changes that these big changes make possible. Here we look at six.
Client-servers or web applications? The market pendulum swung one way, then the other; now it’s splitting down the middle.