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  • Successful Telecoms Recruitment  By : Jason Jones
    An article that looks at what telecoms is and how to go about successfully recruiting individuals to fill a role within the telecoms area. What are the methods available and why using telecoms recruitment agency might be the answer.
  • How VoIP benefits Modern Business  By : Robert Hopkins
    VoIP is really a wonderful technology to all the corners of the world. VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) has been a trendsetter for all the people doing business all over the world. VoIP is mainly used for communication purposes; It’s a great alternative to traditional telephones. It plays an important role in saving lot of money in long distance calls to business and common people.
  • Is Internet Phone Service (VoIP) Worth the Switch?  By : Christopher Spencer
    Is Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service for you? This article should hopefully answer this question. The main factor is, of course, savings. Also, frequent travelers, business owners, and overseas callers should have a particular interest in VoIP...
  • All You Wanted To Know About VoIP  By : Paul Shatz
    VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is an IP-based Internet Telephony, which has gained tremendous popularity among internet telephony users these days. VoIP Internet Telephony is also called Broadband Telephony, Voice over Broadband and Broadband Phone. It packages and routes the voice over the Internet or through any other IP-based network.
  • A Review Of Callcentric Features  By : Paul Shatz
    Callcentric is a unique service which allows the user to make phone calls to all the other Callcentric members totally free.
    The benefit of using the Callcentric service and softphone is that you can place free PC to phone international calls to all your family and friends, all over the world. You only have to motivate them to become members of Callcentric and then, you can chat away for hours together, without worrying about the cost of placing your call on an international phone through your PC.
  • The Benefits of moving your corporate phones to VoIP  By : jay brock
    I first discovered VoIP a few years back by advertisements from Vonage. Vonage at the time seemed like the next big thing and the prices were amazing. How ever I did not want to port my house phone number over to Vonage not knowing much about it. I have been working as a systems administrator at the time and did a good deal of work with Linux.
  • What Exactly Is a VoIP Gateway?  By : Burton Caron
    VoIP gateways act as VoIP network translators and mediators, translating telephone calls that are placed through the 'normal' telephone services into digital data packets that are compatible with a service providers VoIP system. Directing calls to...
  • IP Phone Features That Will Make Your Life Better  By : jay brock
    VoIP has plenty of mainstream appeal for business, but many companies have yet to
    discover the perks of IP phones. In fact, research firm In-Stat found that while total IP phone
    annual shipments will grow from 10 million units in 2006 to 164 million units in 2010, only
    40 percent of IP PBX (Private Branch eXchange) seats are configured with IP phones.
  • SIP Vs Skype  By : San Singhania
    Is it worth using an application that is to be implemented or a ready made one? Which would be better for your business in the long run?
  • Will the downfall of Vonage hurt residential VoIP customers?  By : jay brock
    Vonage, already struggling from a series of setbacks, has just taken another two huge body blows — one by the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of Verizon, and the other by Sprint Nextel. At first glance, it looks like the old-school phone companies are not only fighting back, but winning. But is that really the case, and if it is, what does that mean for other VoIP providers?
  • ipod mini accessories  By : rosy.sheeba
    The MP3 players are available at different shapes, sizes, features, storage capacities, file formats and download services. These days, manufacturers are adding an ever-widening range of features to their players to set them apart from the competition. Here are the extra features available at your mp3 players that may want to consider.
  • The VoIP Revolution  By : Parker Norma
    More and more persons and companies seem to realize lately that technology is working to their advantage. This is how they’ve come to discover the numberless opportunities offered by the VoIP technology and how easy it can be to make Pc to Phone calls.
  • Interactive Voice Response  By : San Singhania
    This is a telephony technology, whereby someone uses a touch-tone telephone to interact with a database to acquire information from, or enter data into the database
  • IP PBX and Its Uses  By : San
    It's a telephone, data and video switching system, which is usually located on customer premises and belongs to the user. It makes use of emerging technologies like VoIP, H.32 and Ethernet.
  • What are the technical differences between traditional phone system and VoIP system?  By : San
    An overview on the technical differences between the conventional phone system and the VoIP system.
  • How VoIP Is Used  By : San
    VoIP looks set to create the next revolutionary wave in the IT field. But how many of us (the "layman" consumers) really knows how to efficiently make use of the VoIP technology, the latest in-thing in town?
  • VoIP 101: Voice over IP for Beginners  By : San
    New to the VoIP scene? Confused by the seemingly complicated VoIP system? Read on to equip yourself with the basic VoIP knowledge.
  • Review of Cisco IP Phones  By : Kevin Whales
    The term "soft phone" is a relatively new one being tossed about these days by VoIP-users and refers to client-side software that turns a desktop PC into an IP-based phone. Generally they are easy to install and use and offer effective integration with popular applications, such as Microsoft Outlook and give users the flexibility in how and when they receive and answer their calls. Let's take a look at some of the most popular soft phones being offered by one of the IP phone systems leaders - CISCO.
  • Bored of your phone bills? Try VoIP at home or business  By : Kevin Whales
    So, what is VoIP? Generally, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a system for transmitting voice over Internet, converting information from analog to the digital form when it comes across the network and then back to analog when it arrives to the receiver. Thus, VoIP is a modern technology used for making telephone calls via Internet. Using VoIP you can also send fax, not only voice through the Internet. Everyone who has a computer, which is connected to the Internet can use VoIP.
  • The Emmergence Of VoIP  By : Ken Charnley
    Technology and its advent is a topic about which one living in the present world can go and go and on, but just like the appetite of technology even this topic can never end. Day and day technology has made new discoveries that bring about a change in the day-to-day life of individuals. And just when we think that yes this is it, this is the maximum we can achieve, there comes a knock, and technology is up to again by making a new discovery of sorts. An example of this can be highlighted by the very existence of VOIP, which was brought to life and existence by this very technology itself.
  • VoIP Broad Band Phones Explained  By : Ken Charnley
    Voice on Internet Protocol (VOIP) Phones are referred to as just Broad band Phones. The main function of a Broad Band phone using VOIP is to convert voice data (analog) into digital data for transmission over the Internet. They are connected to the high speed internet through computers to enable voice communication. By this innovation VOIP Broad Band Phones have turned internet into a carrier for free phone calls, by going around the normal phone companies.
  • VoIP is Gaining Popularity in Asia  By : San
    Internet telephony is now a billions business in Asia and is expected to grow by at least 20 per cent annually. Enterprises who initially wary of VoIP due to reliability and investment seems to have finally overcome their initial resistance.
  • VoIP for Enterprise  By : San
    Why choose VoIP? Two reasons, 1) properly chosen and implemented, IP solutions for key business apps (interoffice voice networking, remote agent/home worker, IP PBX/LAN telephony, etc.) are cheaper to operate, maintain, and upgrade than comparable solutions using switched digital or analog phone service. 2) IP solutions are also more powerful, flexible, feature-rich, and interesting than conventional stuff.
  • The Pros and Cons of Voip  By : Michael Hehn
    What is Voip and what are the pros and cons of Voip? here you will find some answers.
  • Making the Switch to Voice Over IP  By : Dave Markel
    VoIP is very cost effective as the monthly fee is lower than regular telephone networks. More than that, VoIP also integrate call forwarding and call display, options that are extra charged by the phone companies.
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