What’s the worst part of the working day? It’s got to be the commute at the beginning and end. Whether you drive to work, braving the rush-hour traffic, or have to wait around for the bus or train to turn up, commuting is a chore. For many people, it’s a necessity to go to work – those who operate specialist machinery, for example – but for office workers, sales operatives and many other desk-based positions, is there scope for working from home?
If you’ve never purchased a headset for office communications before, here’s our quick start guide answering some of the most common basic questions we get asked about by our customers when they are interested in buying a headset. We’re aiming to give you the information you’ll need, so you can make an informed start when looking for a headset that is appropriate for you
Demystifying some common questions that arise when purchasing wired headsets for phones, PC’s or even mobile phones.
With all the different telephone manufacturers, devices, PC’s Softphones and combinations of headsets it can be an absolute minefield for the first-time buyer to know where to start.
DECT is an acronym that stands for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications. This means that whichever device this acronym is attached to, uses a digital encryption code, rather than analogue radio signals to communicate between the cordless phone and the base unit, providing greater clarity and security than the older, analogue-based cordless phones.
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GAP Compatibility is essentially an agreement between the different phone manufacturers to make their DECT cordless handsets work with one another.