OneCall acquires Delphinus Technology - 17th May 2015

OneCall has acquired Delphinus Technology!

OneCall has a history of working together with Delphinus Technology providing support as needed. Recently the owner of Delphinus Technology, Jack Pivac, has chosen to move away from IT support and focus on his Software Development Company; BlueTwist ( This is an exciting opportunity for Jack and we wish him all the best.

OneCall are also very excited to take off where Jack left. OneCall want to assure all of Delphinus Technology’s clients that they will be very much in good hands moving forward.

OneCall prides itself on “local” proactive customer service, account management and supplying a wide range of award winning technology offerings. We look forward to introducing ourselves, understaning your specific needs and forming a robust business partneship. For any immediate assistance or support please contact us on 0800 942 002 or

The OneCall Team.

OneCall now a Nakivo Bronze Partner - 29th Oct 2014

OneCall now a Nakivo Bronze Partner OneCall is proud to have recently partnered with Nakivo, a leading Virtualisation Backup Provider. Nakivo can protect your VMware environments more reliably, efficiently, and cost effectively.

We have recently introduced this software into two virtualised environments and found the system ticks all the boxes!

If you aren't satisfied with your current backup solution or its costing you too much money, get in touch, we can help.

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What is VoIP? - 3rd Sep 2014

What is VoIP? VoIP (or Voice over Internet Protocol) allows us to convert an analogue telephone signal into a digital signal that can be transmitted via the internet, which means you can use your internet connection to make calls. VoIP calls can be made directly from your computer too, with the right software and a headset.

VoIP is an amazing new technology which will likely eventually replace traditional telephone networks. There are currently three main ways you can use VoIP to make and receive phone calls:

ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter)

An ATA is a simple device which lets you connect any standard telephone or fax machine so it can use VoIP through your internet connection. The ATA converts the analog signal from your telephone into digital data that can be transmitted over the internet.

IP Phones

IP Phones are special telephones which look and work like normal phones but connect directly to your internet connection without the use of ATA device (to convert analog signals to digital signals). An IP Phone plugs directly into your internet router and comes in both wireless and corded models. Business VoIP users generally opt for IP Phones because they have special buttons which allow calls to be transferred put on hold and have multiple lines.


Using software installed on your computer and a headset you can make and receive VoIP telephone calls right on your desktop or laptop. You can even place callers on hold, transfer them to another extension, or answer multiple telephone lines. Some software will even allow you to host conference calls.

Contact OneCall today to find out how VoIP can improve your phone system and save you money.

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