[VoiceOps] Unsecured conference lines

Graham Freeman graham at nerdventures.com
Thu Jun 2 15:04:57 EDT 2016

Strongly seconding ZipDX.  They're high-quality in every respect.
Top-notch customer support, as well as excellent service from a technical

My favorite features are high-def audio (g.722, last I checked) and dialing
each participant when the meeting is scheduled to start.   Saves a bunch of
otherwise-wasted time.

Graham Freeman, Principal Nerd
NerdVentures.com <https://nerdventures.com/>
graham at nerdventures.com
Twitter: @get_nerdy <https://twitter.com/get_nerdy>

On 2 June 2016 at 12:01, Garrett Smith <garrett at pitchpivot.com> wrote:

> Hi Carlos,
> Check out ZipDX - they have a patented identity based conferencing that
> eliminates the need for pins by calling out to the meeting attendees. The
> system is used primarily for sensitive calls - investors, market research,
> executives and was developed to stop the inconveniences of pins and
> unsecured conference calls.
> Can be customized to needs and they've also got a partner program.
> You can learn more here: www.ZipDX.info or I'd be happy to put you in
> touch with someone their.
> Garrett
> *Garrett Smith*
> Founder
> *Pitch + Pivot, LLC*
> Website: PitchPivot.com
> Email: garrett at pitchpivot.com
> Office: 716-322-3101
> Cell: 716-903-9495
> LinkedIn: /in/garrettsmith <http://www.linkedin.com/in/garrettsmith>
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> On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 2:54 PM, Carlos Alvarez <caalvarez at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> We have a customer who has been nagging us to remove the PIN from their
>> conference lines.  They are getting more insistent.  We've said no, for the
>> obvious security reasons, and explained them all clearly.  On top of it,
>> this is a medical-related company having sensitive conversations on
>> conferences.  They keep pushing us.  What would you do?  On the one hand I
>> think we have no liability in the matter, but on the other, we're more of a
>> consulting ITSP than just a generic service provider.  We specialize in
>> helping people not do stupid things with their phone system.  There's also
>> the matter of just eating up a bunch of channels by people using it as
>> their own conference.
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