Key Questions To Be Addressed At VoiceCon Spring 2007

November 2006
Business Communications Review;Nov2006, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p64
Trade Publication
A list of key questions that will be addressed at the VoiceCon Spring 2007 convention is presented. The following are some of the questions included: What's the straight scoop about the IP-telephony market? How much has IP-telephony really captured, and what is the forecast? What are the payoffs to an enterprise form building an IP-telephony platform? What can enterprises do with IP-telephony--initial and ongoing? What role will UC play in enterprise converged networks? Is "five Nines" for voice network availability a necessity or a luxury?


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