January 25, 2008, Newsletter Issue #85: VOIP Audio Conference

Tip of the Week

Voice over Internet Protocol is a new technique that turns a regular phone conversation into digital data that can be sent out over the Internet. Many Web conference providers service large scale audio conferencing through VOIP services. They work pretty much the same way as a traditional phone conference works, with the exception that the users are connecting to the companies internal phone network.

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