Call Logger records caller-ID (most times), time/date, and standard audio file of all calls incoming and outgoing completely automatically. Can save the recordings for years. Set it and forget it. It’s simple to install – plug into your mic jack of your computer, insert the phone cable into any telephone jack, and install the software – 5-10 minutes.
This device is per land-line only and requires a computer. If installed properly, can work on all jacks/phones in the house.
Need help with setup? Call us! Have more than one line? Ask us about complete phone system solutions.
*Laws vary widely – consult an attorney and use at your own risk. More info on recording here.
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Question: One customer asks, “Can my neighbor read anything on my computer?”
Answer: If you have wireless service, you’re opening the door for this potential. It’s certainly possible. However, the likelihood is slim. Especially if you’ve done all you can to protect yourself.
The best prevention is good wireless security. Each year newer methods are developed to secure wireless networks (as well as more ways to hack them). Currently, the best wireless security available on most home routers is WPA2. Do you have to enter a key to connect a new device to your wireless? If not, you may not have security setup properly.
There are other ways to increase security besides a simple password. Ask us or your technology consultant for more information.
Tips for the Road – When traveling and connecting to new networks, keep these in mind:
Have you tried Skype yet? If not, check out our previous tip for all the details. Remember, Skype is free when calling other Skype users.
1. Place calls from your cell phone
2. Use Skype as a home monitor while away
3. Use Bluetooth for hands-free
4. Do you use your computer for Skype? You don’t have to!
5. Skype is for your business too
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