Not that I wanted to be the first to ask a question here :)
VoIP was discussed a lot in big companies
- much cheaper (through Internet - especially since bandwidth is huge everywhere)
- does not usually a PABX (usually)
- safe encrypting solutions are available
- VoIP can become Voice and Image over IP pretty easily, making conferencing systems much cheaper, with a wider usage in the company
What is the current status - do we have statistics about companies having done a (un)successful migration?
Do we know the level of satisfation?
What is the short/middle-term perspective?
I posted this to another question but I think it is relevant here to the extent that there are still many misconceptions about VoIP not the least of which is that most clients and many Professionals still
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