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Missed our recent live Regcast, Deploying VoIP in real life? Never fear: the on-demand version is available now for your viewing pleasure.

Moderator Tim Phillips discusses the promise of VoIP, and if and how it can be made a reality with Josie Sephton from Freeform Dynamics and James Hone from Thus.

In the webcast the panel tackles:

  • What businesses are using today and what they think of the solution
  • End user experience in moving to VoIP
  • Whether VoIP is delivering a return on investment
  • How easy is it to incorporate VoIP into the business
  • The available solutions and what might work best for your business
  • The questions to ask suppliers

Deploying VoIP in real life. ®

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