New FCC Actions Could Complicate Business VoIP Operations - PCMag.com

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New FCC Actions Could Complicate Business VoIP Operations - PCMag.comNew FCC Actions Could Complicate Business VoIP Operations - PCMag.comPosted: 10 Jul 2019 12:00 AM PDTIf you're operating a multi-line telephone system, whether it's an on-premises PBX system or a cloud-hosted Voice-over-IP (VoIP) system, the US federal government is going to soon require you to make some changes. In addition, there may be features of your VoIP system that you won't be able to use in the same way you've been able to use them in the past. These changes, which occurred in a flurry of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) activity this month, will affect everything from how you call 911 to how your Caller ID works.The 911 access rules have already been enacted, and the changes announced by the FCC implement that legislation. They apply to multi-line phone systems, including business VoIP specifically. The required changes include the ability for phone users to call 911 without having to…

Phone service providers have a new tool to fight robocalls, but it won't be enough - WRCB-TV

Phone service providers have a new tool to fight robocalls, but it won't be enough  WRCB-TV

Good news for everyone sick of robocalls: The telephone industry hears you and is doing something about it. Bad news: You're still going to get robocalls.



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