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Given the proliferation of devices, is it any surprise that executives and IT managers are now looking for ways to unify and manage these devices? That's why many enterprises are scrutinizing voice over IP (VoIP) telephony in the enterprise. IP telephony gives a lot of flexibility. It virtualizes the telephony environment. Typically, a switch would reside in one room and the devices - telephones and Internet connection - would connect to that switch via a tangle of wires. VoIP, in contrast, permits the user to be anywhere and IT personnel to remotely allocate resources.

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IT Professional  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 4 )