Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the basic term used for the ability to transmit voice conversations over the Internet. It takes many forms; from computer-to-computer, to computer-to-telephone, even (with the right hardware) telephone-to-telephone. It is used by large corporations such as Microsoft and IBM to support far flung call centers and by computer hobbyists to get afree telephonea service. More and more consumer VoIP services are providing this service to those with high-speed Internet connections in their homes.... VoIP Guide, 246 CODECs, 26-27 defined, 221 Columbia Universitya#39;s SIP Web Site, 246 Comcast 78 reliability issues, ... See also fees for ATAs (analog telephone adapters), 26 hidden costs, 159-160 home office considerations, 158- 160 of ... See technical assistance customizing voice mail, 67 dashboards, 79, 148 call quality tips, 200-201 defined, 222 setup ... 123, 126 digital recorders, 31 digital signal processors (DPSs), 222 directory assistance (411), 242 distance learning, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Cut the Cord!|
|Author||:||Jerri L. Ledford|
|Publisher||:||Course Technology Ptr - 2005-09-01|