We typically use something analog from a vendor that manufactures devices for outdoor or other environments such as Gaitronics, Ramtel, Allentel, Talk-a-phone, or Ramtech or something. Not specifically in a freezer but outdoors in winter and such.
Most electronics don’t seem to be rated below 32F even though they may “work” , due to probably some sort of testing and rating requirement.
Getting into PoE heaters and things just seems to be pointless - save for “monitoring” though many of the analog phones have some ability to dial in and test if they are designed for call-out primarily.
I'm want to video conference from a Cisco Web Room Kit Pro end point to Virtual Webex and have my customers be able to view/collaborate via Microsoft Teams. What licenses would be required to make this happen?
I am new to UCCX and was just asked to change the queue. Need help designing the new queue. Existing queue:Has 6 agents and all part of the same group. New queue requirements: - Split them into two groups (Group 1 and Group 2)- Put IVR in t...
Hey all, Is there a feature that would allow me to disable file transfers, remote control or chat capabilities directly on the Webex Desktop app? Our goal is to restrict these features so that when we connect to an external Webex site from our local ...