What is VoIP?
Voice over Internet Protocol stands for calls routed through broadband Internet networks. Internet Protocol is a base of the World Wide Web where applications like emails, instant messages and web resources reside.
How Does VoIP Work?
Voice traffic is being converted from an analog signal to digital one, transmitted over the Internet and then transformed back to an analog signal before reaching the party you are calling.
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What is the Difference between VoIP and Unified Communications?
VoIP stands for basic IP telephony system while unified communications have more advanced features such as complex call center characteristics (video conferencing which combines desktop sharing and data transferring) and virtual attendance (enables instant determination of employees availability within a company).
How Secure Are VoIP Services?
VoIP services are somewhat not as secure as ordinary phones are. Wiretapping landline phones requires physical access which… Continue reading