HavenZone - Latest News

Read all of the latest news from HavenZone... Including latest security alerts...

  • Use Microsoft Teams for group or 1:1 chats

    • Sales
    • by HZ Sales Team
    • 10/19/2019

    MS Teams is included with your subscription to Office 365 (FREE to use)… This is a great platform to be able to chat with other employees and share documents. There is also an iPhone and Droid App to keep in touch when not in the office. Let me know if you would like to get it set up or want more information on how to use it. MS Office 365 has many features that most people don’t take advantage of. There is more than just the MS Office Desktop apps. Visit https://portal.office.com and see other features you could be using. Teams is a powerful tool to keep in touch with your coworkers, whether it’s our whole organization, smaller groups, or just you and a colleague. With persistent chat history in threaded conversations—plus colorful ways to express yourself with memes and GIFs—it’s just what our company needs. Make your conversations more productive Find out how to use the reply, @ mention, and other functions of Teams chats to effectively communicate, even when your coworkers aren’t online at the same time. Watch the video

  • Pros and Cons: DECT & WiFi Voice

    • VoIP
    • by HZ Sales Team
    • 01/30/2019

    Companies around the world are embracing a new type of workspace when designing their offices, hybrid and mobile friendly. This isn’t a surprise, as recent studies show that employees are spending 50-60%¹ of their time at the office away from their desk. Companies and organizations are looking for unified communication solutions that not only support their workforce communications, but also its mobility. Because of this, it’s important that you stay up-to-date on the current state of IP devices on the market that support this freedom of movement within an organization. Two of the most common solutions out there are DECT and WiFi Voice, lets go over the pros and cons of both.  Digital Enhanced Cordless Technology (DECT) Deployment Tried and true, DECT technology is one of the most reliable options out there. For over 20 years telephony specialists and installers have been turning to the DECT base station and handset combo to bring mobility to communication deployments. With good reason too, DECT was specifically design for voice applications. The system operates on its own isolated frequency, meaning voice quality hardly ever suffers unless you leave the range of the base station. More-over, if the range needs to be extended the technology is there to do it in the form of signal repeaters and multi cell systems. You may be wondering where the downfall is here. To find it, you only have to look at the final invoice you hand to your client when the deployment is finished. A smaller DECT deployment is affordable enough, one base station, five handsets, you’re all set. Problems arise when you need to provide multi-cell systems made up of hundreds of handsets and 100+ base stations. You run into an infrastructure nightmare that could turn more price-sensitive customers away. This is one of the major downfalls of DECT that is making WiFi voice a more appealing option for large-scale solutions.  WiFi Voice Deployment As time goes on technology will continue to improve right along with it. Before VoIP there was ISDN, before ISDN we had the PSTN; I won’t take us all the way back to when telegraphs were the revolutionary way to communicate, I think you get where I’m going here. The UC industry is seeing a similar situation as WiFi voice stability is improving and becoming a more scalable solution for VoIP. Businesses are moving to mobile friendly floor plans, we know this, and wireless networks are already becoming a status-quo in the workplace. As long as you’re creating a WiFi solution for a customer’s IT solution, you can merge their mobile UC needs right along with it. This means a lower deployment cost for you and your customer, an easier installation and configuration process, and a streamlined infrastructure. Just like with DECT though, there are pitfalls with WiFi voice. You may have experienced one of them if you decided to give WiFi voice a shot as little as a couple years ago, the consistent quality of a call is just not as good as DECT. This is primarily due to multiple device types using bandwidth through an access point. Unlike a DECT deployment, the WiFi AP is processing VoIP devices, laptops, and smart phones all at the same time and in varying amounts. QoS (Quality of Service) standards are still developing in the industry when it comes to optimizing WiFi access points for VoIP mobility. That being said, large strides are being made that is causing WiFi voice to catch up with DECT quality. QoS Standards are Evolving for VoIP Technology manufactures aren't in the dark about the cost saving benefits and superior infrastructure opportunities with WiFi voice. When it comes to larger mobile unified communications deployments, WiFi voice is going to be the new standard in the same way VoIP became the new standard over ISDN/PSTN. QoS standards are playing a huge part in this. At Grandstream for example, our GWN series of WiFi access points have been developed with WiFi voice in mind. Advanced QoS standards have optimized WiFi VoIP handsets, such as our WP820, so they can perform over our access points nearing the same quality as a multi-cell DECT deployment.  

  • How to choose a VoIP Service Provider

    • VoIP
    • by HZ Sales Team
    • 03/15/2017

    Choosing a service provider might seem like an easy task. When it comes to VoIP however, there are a few housekeeping items to keep in mind. Before you sign up with your preferred provider, I’m going to walk you through a few key points to look out for when choosing a VoIP service provider. Make sure your Internet connection can handle VoIP- It’s important to check that your Internet connection and speed are VoIP ready. You will not only be using the Internet for data, but will also be running your entire voice and video communications platform over IP. Having a consistently fast Internet connection is vital. Also important is making sure that your VoIP connections won’t be effected by packet loss, latency and jitter. Our engineers recommend speeds of 1Mbps for bidirectional video calls and 100 kbps for bidirectional voice calls with a delay of no less than 150 ms. MegaPath offers a comprehensive speed test that also measures other important factors. Check it out here. Compare options to save money- One of the best things about VoIP is the rich telephony features that comes with the IP device, not with the service. With VoIP, you don’t have to pay for extra services like three-way calling, call waiting or forwarding.  Most VoIP features come from your IP endpoint, and all you need is a VoIP service to take advantage of them. This can potentially save you hundreds of dollars per month compared to your current landline connection. Also, take a look at what you are currently paying for international or out-of-area calls with your landline provider. A great feature of VoIP is that out-of-area and international calls are done through the Internet vs. an analog line— eliminating long distance costs entirely. Choose between different VoIP service options- There are hundreds, if not thousands, of VoIP providers out there that range from free or basic providers, hosted or cloud providers, and SIP trunk providers. The best choice for you will come down to the extent of your needs. Free/Basic Providers: If you need one or two lines or just want to communicate with mobile device and computer apps, free or basic services like Skype and Google Voice are a good choice. Businesses: SIP Trunking or Hosted/Cloud: For business needs, we recommend a hosted/cloud provider or a SIP trunk provider. Both of these offer comprehensive VoIP service plans that not only support voice communications but will also support video, data and mobility options. If want complete control of your solution, purchase an IP PBX (like the GrandStream UCM series) and then purchase SIP trunk service from a VoIP provider. This allows your entire network to be built and housed on your physical location. If you want the bulk of your network and your network settings to be off-site and controlled by someone else, choose a cloud/hosted provider and simply connect your endpoints back to that provider. Residential: Residential VoIP services replace existing phone lines at home and most commonly require an ATA for easy analog-to-VoIP adaption. Most business VoIP providers will offer residential service as well as more basic plans ideal for residential use. Most residential users will be best served by a cloud/hosted service. Pay Attention to contracts, terms, guarantees, compatible equipment, number portability, etc. – Pay close attention to any contracts, terms, guarantees (or lack-there-of), equipment policies, annual fees, etc. Be sure to research the terms and conditions of service providers as some will require contracts while others will not. Upgrading might also have restrinctions, so pay close attention to the fine print. Check to see if a provider requires any fees for adding features or users, and keep an eye out for a list of supported or compatible equipment to see what options you have for building your VoIP network. If you are getting all of your equipment directly from your provider, make sure to understand how that equipment is built-in to your contract. For example, if you cancel your service, what fees are associated with your equipment. If you are interested in keeping your existing numbers, many providers will allow you to port your phone number over to VoIP. Talk to the HavenZone Sales Dept about VoIP Service from companies like IPitomy to cut your monthly phone bill.  

  • Don't miss out on the FREE upgrade to Windows 10.

    On July 29th, 2016 Microsoft will no longer offer the upgrade to Windows 10 for FREE of charge.  You can read more here...

  • A message from Apple that should not be ignored

    • by HZ Sales Team
    • 02/19/2016

    The federal government is trying to force Apple to create a backdoor into the iOS system for iPhones. The FBI is using the guise of security to take away security from all of us. While it is important for us to be kept safe from attack it is not worth giving up our privacy and possibly our individual information security to outside forces. With this request by the FBI they would effectively render the security of the iOS worthless and create a new precedent for them to request the same of Microsoft with Windows or Google with Chrome. It is important to understand that once this “backdoor” is created it is possible for it to get out into the wild. If that happens all personal information will be at risk.  Aside from trusting the government will only use this for security reasons, if it gets out (which it will) none of us will be safe. So while the FBI wants you to believe it is keeping you safe, it is really taking away any form of privacy you think you have. The following is the letter from the CEO of Apple Tim Cook: February 16, 2016 A Message to Our Customers (Posted on Apple.com) The United States government has demanded that Apple take an unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers. We oppose this order, which has implications far beyond the legal case at hand. This moment calls for public discussion, and we want our customers and people around the country to understand what is at stake. The Need for Encryption Smartphones, led by iPhone, have become an essential part of our lives. People use them to store an incredible amount of personal information, from our private conversations to our photos, our music, our notes, our calendars and contacts, our financial information and health data, even where we have been and where we are going. All that information needs to be protected from hackers and criminals who want to access it, steal it, and use it without our knowledge or permission. Customers expect Apple and other technology companies to do everything in our power to protect their personal information, and at Apple we are deeply committed to safeguarding their data. Compromising the security of our personal information can ultimately put our personal safety at risk. That is why encryption has become so important to all of us. For many years, we have used encryption to protect our customers’ personal data because we believe it’s the only way to keep their information safe. We have even put that data out of our own reach, because we believe the contents of your iPhone are none of our business. The San Bernardino Case We were shocked and outraged by the deadly act of terrorism in San Bernardino last December. We mourn the loss of life and want justice for all those whose lives were affected. The FBI asked us for help in the days following the attack, and we have worked hard to support the government’s efforts to solve this horrible crime. We have no sympathy for terrorists. When the FBI has requested data that’s in our possession, we have provided it. Apple complies with valid subpoenas and search warrants, as we have in the San Bernardino case. We have also made Apple engineers available to advise the FBI, and we’ve offered our best ideas on a number of investigative options at their disposal. We have great respect for the professionals at the FBI, and we believe their intentions are good. Up to this point, we have done everything that is both within our power and within the law to help them. But now the U.S. government has asked us for something we simply do not have, and something we consider too dangerous to create. They have asked us to build a backdoor to the iPhone. Specifically, the FBI wants us to make a new version of the iPhone operating system, circumventing several important security features, and install it on an iPhone recovered during the investigation. In the wrong hands, this software — which does not exist today — would have the potential to unlock any iPhone in someone’s physical possession. The FBI may use different words to describe this tool, but make no mistake: Building a version of iOS that bypasses security in this way would undeniably create a backdoor. And while the government may argue that its use would be limited to this case, there is no way to guarantee such control. The Threat to Data Security Some would argue that building a backdoor for just one iPhone is a simple, clean-cut solution. But it ignores both the basics of digital security and the significance of what the government is demanding in this case. In today’s digital world, the “key” to an encrypted system is a piece of information that unlocks the data, and it is only as secure as the protections around it. Once the information is known, or a way to bypass the code is revealed, the encryption can be defeated by anyone with that knowledge. The government suggests this tool could only be used once, on one phone. But that’s simply not true. Once created, the technique could be used over and over again, on any number of devices. In the physical world, it would be the equivalent of a master key, capable of opening hundreds of millions of locks — from restaurants and banks to stores and homes. No reasonable person would find that acceptable. The government is asking Apple to hack our own users and undermine decades of security advancements that protect our customers — including tens of millions of American citizens — from sophisticated hackers and cybercriminals. The same engineers who built strong encryption into the iPhone to protect our users would, ironically, be ordered to weaken those protections and make our users less safe. We can find no precedent for an American company being forced to expose its customers to a greater risk of attack. For years, cryptologists and national security experts have been warning against weakening encryption. Doing so would hurt only the well-meaning and law-abiding citizens who rely on companies like Apple to protect their data. Criminals and bad actors will still encrypt, using tools that are readily available to them. A Dangerous Precedent Rather than asking for legislative action through Congress, the FBI is proposing an unprecedented use of the All Writs Act of 1789 to justify an expansion of its authority. The government would have us remove security features and add new capabilities to the operating system, allowing a passcode to be input electronically. This would make it easier to unlock an iPhone by “brute force,” trying thousands or millions of combinations with the speed of a modern computer. The implications of the government’s demands are chilling. If the government can use the All Writs Act to make it easier to unlock your iPhone, it would have the power to reach into anyone’s device to capture their data. The government could extend this breach of privacy and demand that Apple build surveillance software to intercept your messages, access your health records or financial data, track your location, or even access your phone’s microphone or camera without your knowledge. Opposing this order is not something we take lightly. We feel we must speak up in the face of what we see as an overreach by the U.S. government. We are challenging the FBI’s demands with the deepest respect for American democracy and a love of our country. We believe it would be in the best interest of everyone to step back and consider the implications. While we believe the FBI’s intentions are good, it would be wrong for the government to force us to build a backdoor into our products. And ultimately, we fear that this demand would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect. Tim Cook

  • Windows 10 release: 10 things you need to know

    In case you have been practising the Luddite lifestyle, participating in an experiment simulating life on Mars, here’s a news flash for you. Windows 10 is about to ship, and you may already be entitled to a copy. To help you get ready for the big day, which by the way is July 29, we wanted to prepare a little list of the top 10 things you should know about Windows 10. Users with a licensed version of Windows 7 or 8.1 home or pro will be able to upgrade to the same version of Windows 10 through Windows Update. Here’s what else you should know. 1. Is it free? To quote my good friend from Fargo, you betcha! Per the Microsoft site at http://www.microsoft.com/windows the Windows 10 Upgrade Offer is valid for qualified Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 devices, including devices you already own. Some hardware/software requirements apply and feature availability may vary by device and market. The availability of Windows 10 upgrade for Windows Phone 8.1 devices may vary by OEM, mobile operator or carrier. Devices must be connected to the internet and have Windows Update enabled. Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 Update required. In other words, if you currently have a licensed copy of a retail version of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 (but not Enterprise) then you can reserve your free copy. 2. How long is free free? For the supported lifecycle of Windows 10. This is not a trial, or a one-year subscription, or anything like that. This is the full and fully supported product. 3. When will the upgrade be available? You will be able to download your full version starting July 29. Make sure you have a good connection, as it will be a roughly 3GB download. 4. Will the previews convert to the full version? No. If you are currently running one of the CTP versions, it will not upgrade to the final release. You will have to download that and install it fresh, or to an eligible Windows 7 or 8.1 system. 5. How do I reserve my upgrade? You can do that here. If you are running the most recent version of Windows, you should have started receiving notices from Microsoft to reserve your version of Windows 10. 6. How do I control upgrades at work? For starters, if your users are running on domain joined machines, they won’t get the free upgrade. Presumably, they are running the Enterprise version of Windows, so that version is not eligible for the free upgrade, but more importantly, if you are running a network, you want to control the updates for your business yourself. 7. Can I download an ISO? No, at least, not officially. There are various tweets from Microsoft employees that say you can, but that is not on the official website. What is on the official website is that you can create a USB or DVD media to do a fresh install after you upgrade your eligible device to Windows 10. The distinction won’t matter to most. 8. How much will a full copy cost? According to Microsoft, the retail price of Windows 10 Home will be $119.99 and the Pro version will be $199.99. Enterprise edition costs will vary based on your licensing level, EA, etc. 9. Where do I get my license key? That is one of the more important things to know. You will use your existing Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 license, so you do not need a new key. However, you do need to have your current key. So, start digging for it. 10. Can I downgrade? Yes, but since I have been running Windows 10 from build 9934 through 10146, I am willing to bet you that you won’t ever want to! And… 11. What is the downside? Yes, our list goes to eleven! So, there are some apps in 7 or 8.1 that won’t be there in 10. Here’s the short list. Windows Media Center is gone. If you use that for DVDs, don’t worry. Windows 10 comes with a DVD player, but if you’re addicted to Windows Media Center you should start saying your goodbyes now. By the way, have you ever seen VLC? Vendor apps may not be compatible with Windows 10, so you should consult the individual app sites to check for compatible versions, and expect Windows software to be updated to the latest version. Desktop gadgets from Windows 7 are no more. Windows 10 is a game changer, and that Microsoft is simply giving it to you if you already have Windows 7 or 8.1 is awesome. If you haven’t tried it already, do yourself a favor and do so now, and then go reserve your free copy. Don’t worry if you forget on July 29. You will not have lost your chance since you can get a copy for up to a year after release date.

  • HuffPo visitors hit with ‘ransom ware’-infected ads

    Another reason to keep your computers up to date... As reported in the NY Post... Arianna Huffington spread around a virus — or at least her website did. Some nasty ads hit visitors to The Huffington Post and other sites in recent days, according to reports. The malicious ads infected unwitting users with a form of malware that puts their machine in lockdown. Hackers then demand money in exchange for unlocking the PC, according to cybersecurity firm Cyphort. AOL-owned Advertising.com served up the “ransom ware”-infected ads between Dec. 31 and Jan. 5 to HuffPo and other sites. AOL, which happens to own HuffPo, along with other content sites, wouldn’t say how many computers were infected. Many sites use third-party ad networks to deliver ads. The attack poses a threat to PCs running older versions of Web browsers such as Internet Explorer 8. http://nypost.com/2015/01/08/huffpo-visitors-hit-with-ransom-ware-infected-ads/ HavenZone offers IT Outsourcing to SMBs with active monitoring. We keep your computers up to date and actively monitor for security threats. Contact HavenZone today about protecting your company's infrastructure. 

  • Grandstream Wins Gold for Unified Communications Innovation at 2014 Golden Bridge Awards

    • VoIP
    • by HZ Sales Team
    • 09/16/2014

    GXV3275 IP Video Phone for Android™ Recognized for Unified Voice, Video, Data and Mobility Communications  Grandstream Networks today announced it has earned a 2014 Golden Bridge Award recognizing the groundbreaking GXV3275 IP Video Phone for Android™ for its innovation in unified communications and leveraging the ecosystem of the Android platform and Google Play Store. Targeted to SMBs, enterprise, SOHO and mobile workers looking to increase productivity, the GXV3275 is a 3-in-1 communications device that unifies and leverages mobile technology in a desktop video phone. Winners were honored during the 6th annual Golden Bridge awards dinner on September 8 in San Francisco. The 7” touchscreen GXV3275 is a revolutionary 3-in-1 desktop communication hub combining the features of a 6-line HD IP Phone, power of multi-party/multi-platform HD video conferencing and Android tablet functionality with full access to the hundreds of thousands of Android apps in the Google Play Store – including popular business and productivity apps such as Microsoft Lync® and Skype GoToMeeting™ and Salesforce1™. The phone includes built-in Bluetooth to support Bluetooth headsets, syncing with mobile phones and for voice call transferring from mobile phones to the GXV3275 and back. With attractive affordability, the GXV3275 desktop video conferencing solution also helps to erase the telepresence adoption barriers many businesses have encountered, and hesitate to invest in, with more expensive video conferencing solutions. “User familiarity of mobile smartphone ease and functionality prompted Grandstream to evolve the desktop phone into a similarly smart device,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks. “We appreciate the validation by the Golden Bridge Awards and the recognition that the GXV3275 is the first 7” touchscreen, 6-line desktop IP video phone to leverage Android with full access to the Google Play Store of hundreds of thousands of apps and platforms – a true multiplatform device.” About the Golden Bridge Awards: Golden Bridge Awards are an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring best companies in every major industry from large to small and new start-ups in North America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Latin-America, Best New Products and Services, Best Innovations, Management and Teams, Women in Business and the Professions, Case Studies, Customer Satisfaction, and PR and Marketing Campaigns from all over the world. Learn more about The Golden Bridge Awards at www.goldenbridgeawards.com About Grandstream Networks: Founded in 2002, Grandstream Networks is the leading manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions. Grandstream serves the small-to-medium business and consumer markets with innovative products that lower communication costs, increase security protection, and enhance productivity. Visit www.grandstream.com for more information or connect with us on Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter. HavenZone is an authorized Grandstream Reseller. Contact the HavenZone Sales Team for more information.

  • Windows XP is at its end of life…

    After April 8, 2014, your XP computer will no longer receive automatic updates that help protect your personal information. Even if you have anti-virus software, your computer will still not be fully secure. What this means for you…If you continue to use Windows XP after support ends, your computer should still work, but it will become five times more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. And as more software and hardware manufacturers continue to optimize for more recent versions of Windows, a greater number of programs and devices like cameras and printers won’t work with Windows XP. Why Windows XP support is endingWindows XP is 12 years old. It’s typical to end service for software as it gets older and technology evolves. Most of us have replaced cell phones and even our cars over the last 12 years – now it’s time to replace your Windows XP computer with a new PC. Or you can check to see if your Windows XP computer can run the new Windows. Discuss with HavenZone if your current hardware can support Windows 8. Help protect your personal filesWe want to help your personal files, photos, etc. stay secure. To help ensure they stay secure, you’ll need to either upgrade your Windows XP machine to the new Windows (which may not work) or get a new Windows PC. If you get a new Windows PC we’ll help you migrate your files, photos, and more. Contact the HavenZone Sales Team to learn more about your options and the solutions we can provide for your business.

  • New GrandStream phones…

    • VoIP
    • by HZ Sales Team
    • 03/24/2014

    GrandStream is one of the manufacturers that HavenZone uses for VoIP (Voice over IP) equipment. The latest phones to be released from GrandStream are extremely robust and have the looks to desire. Both the GXP2140 and GXP2160 have Bluetooth technology included to allow for users to connect a Bluetooth headset to them for hands free operation. Along with that all three models have gigabit ports to allow for high speed network connections of any device connected to the phone. With other great features like on screen weather reports, stock reports and currency exchange. The phones have XML integration that allows for customized applications to be programmed for them. Contact the HavenZone Sales Team for more information about these three new phones.   The GXP2130 The GXP2130 is a state-of-the-art enterprise grade IP phone that features up to 3 lines, 2.8 inch TFT Color LCD, 4 XML programmable context-sensitive soft keys, 8 programmable BLF extension keys, dual Gigabit network ports, integrated PoE, 4-way voice conferencing, and Electronic Hook Switch (EHS). The GXP2130 delivers superior HD audio quality on the handset and speakerphone, rich and leading edge telephony features, personalized information and customizable application service, automated provisioning for easy deployment, advanced security protection for privacy, and broad interoperability with most 3rd party SIP devices and leading SIP/NGN/IMS platforms. Ideal for SMBs, enterprises and SOHOs, the GXP2130 is the perfect choice for users looking for a high quality, feature rich IP phone with advanced functionality that is simple to use.   The GXP2140 The GXP2140 is a state-of-the-art enterprise grade IP phone that features up to 4 lines, 4.3 inch TFT Color LCD, 5 XML programmable context-sensitive soft keys, dual Gigabit network ports, integrated PoE and Bluetooth, 5-way voice conferencing, and Electronic Hook Switch (EHS). The GXP2140 delivers superior HD audio quality on the handset and speakerphone, rich and cutting edge telephony features, personalized information and customizable application service, automated provisioning for easy deployment, advanced security protection for privacy, and broad interoperability with most 3rd party SIP devices and leading SIP/NGN/IMS platforms. The GXP2140 is compatible with the GXP2200 Extension Module, allowing for quick and easy access to up to 160 contacts at the touch of a finger. Ideal for enterprises and SMBs, the GXP2140 is the perfect choice for users looking for a high quality, feature rich multi-line executive IP phone with advanced functionality and performance.   The GXP2160 The GXP2160 is a state-of-the-art enterprise level 6-line SIP phone that features a 4.3 inch color LCD, 5 programmable context-sensitive soft keys, 24 programmable BLF extension keys, dual Gigabit network ports, integrated PoE and Bluetooth, 5-way voice-conferencing, and Electronic Hook Switch (EHS). The GXP2160 delivers superior HD audio quality on the handset and speakerphone, rich and cutting edge telephony features, and personalized information and customizable application service. The GXP2160 also supports automated provisioning for easy deployment, advanced security protection for privacy, and broad interoperability with most 3rd party SIP devices and leading SIP/NGN/IMS platforms. Ideal for enterprise and SMBs, the GXP2160 is a powerful color-screen IP Phone for users who handle high call volume and require access to advanced voice communication features.   All three of these new phones work great with the GrandStream UCM6XXX Series of VoIP Phone Systems. All GrandStream IP endpoints, can be quickly provisioned through the Zero Configuration feature on the UCM6XXX series, which allows for setup of an entire GrandStream solution in just minutes. This is a very inexpensive VoIP solution that HavenZone can offer to your business that can start saving you money today. Contact the HavenZone Sales Team to learn more about how you can start saving today!  


HavenZone offers a wide range of solutions to meet your business needs... Contact the HavenZone Sales Team to learn more...