VOIP Implementation Tour Rolls On

September 2004
Business Communications Review;Sep2004, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p63
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the VoiceCon 2004 VOIP Implementation Tour that features core issues and leading experts from VoiceCon, the industry's leading conference on enterprise voice technologies and strategies. This month's road shows will feature tutorials on the enterprise VOIP vendor market, and on the nuts and bolts of IP-PBX implementation. Attendees will also have time to meet face to face with representatives of some of the industry's leading vendors, during morning and afternoon break times, the lunch hour and a networking reception after the close of the program.


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