VoiceCon Hits The Road With 2005 VOIP Implementation Tour

October 2005
Business Communications Review;Oct2005, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p64
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Presents information on the VoiceCon 2005 VOIP Implementation Tour. In one-day workshops held at major metro areas around the U.S., the VOIP Implementation Tour will answer one's questions about migrating their voice network to the IP-telephony future. It will help them decide why, when and how to invest in this new technology. The VoiceCon 20005 VOIP Implementation Tour begins with a focus on implementation--what to do, what to avoid, and where the "gotchas" are. While the number of installations is rapidly growing, the reality is that there are no manuals or "how-to's" written yet for enterprise IP-telephony.


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