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2017 Wrap Up: Some of Our Most Read Blogs

Steven Karachinsky

A year ago, when we outlined the direction of our blogs for 2017 we never imagined how well they would be received by our peers worldwide. From Jabber to AI and provisioning to toll fraud, we sought to share some of our insights in the digital communications space to help not only our clients and partners but everyone.

So as 2017 comes to a close I thought it would be interesting to take a look back at some of the most-read blog posts on Stack8.com for the year to see why they resonated with other readers:

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New Practices for CUCM Dial Plans

Many organizations have yet to learn these new dial plan enhancements in CUCM. This article outlines what they are and how to use them effectively.

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Jabber Before and After iOS 10 – Apple Push Notifications Support

With the next major iOS release, APIs that are required for handling calls and IM’s when the application is running in the background will no longer be supported. What does this mean for Jabber and how can you work around it?

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EPC & EPCM: The Stone in Your Boot…The Telecommunication Quagmire

For EPC services firms, failure to maintain communication control is not an option. Inability to meet prescribed performance guarantees can put the future of the project at risk and eliminate or negatively impact profitability.

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Using LUA Script to Allow SIP-Based Phones to Dial from the CUCM Corporate Directory

You asked us how SIP Normalization can be done with LUA script in CUCM? We have a use case here!

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Diagnosing the Dial Plan – Partitions & Calling Search Space

Did you know that in order to solve dial-plan issues, you need to first understand how Partitions and Calling Search Spaces interact within the Cisco CUCM.

As 2018 approaches, we thank you for letting us be a part of your Digital Communications journey.

December 27, 2017

Steven Karachinsky