Major End Users Featured In VoiceCon Keynotes, Plenaries

December 2004
Business Communications Review;Dec2004, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p64
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This article discusses various issues related to the conference, VoiceCon 2005. The conference is scheduled to be held from February 7 to 10, 2005 in Orlando, Florida. VoiceCon has always been a show about Internet users. And over the past several years, VoiceCon has been unsurpassed in the quality of end user speakers it has drawn. Voice- Con, now in its 15th year, is dedicated to one fundamental goal, delivering the information decision-makers in enterprise networking and telecom need to plan and execute their migration to IP telephony and convergence. The article presents a number of reasons to attend the forthcoming VoiceCon. VoiceCon 2005 program and agenda have been designed to meet one fundamental goal: to present high-level, forward-thinking, relevant and reliable information that will help one makes the best possible decision for one's network, one's company and one's career. VoiceCon 2005's in-depth sessions cover the complete range of technical, business and organizational issues--from IP-phones to migration options and network-based solutions--associated with migrating enterprises to converged, IP-telephony networks.


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