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Voice over Internet Protocol 1 Voice over Internet Protocol By Devon Jones University of Phoenix – Axia College
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Voice over Internet Protocol 2 Voice over IP (VoIP) is an increasingly popular technology that is being adopted my many businesses. VoIP offers many advantages over Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), such as lower costs and portability. As long as a user is connected to a fast internet connection, the user can make calls from one computer to another for no cost. Even the cost of calls sent from a computer to a phone is minimal (Why-Switch-to-VoIP.com, 2006). Phone service with VoIP is extremely portable, as all a user needs is an internet connection. The features of VoIP rival that of POTS, offering call forwarding, voicemail, caller ID with most providers (Why-Switch-to- VoIP.com, 2006). Indiana University is an organization that has reaped the benefits of transitioning to VoIP. Indiana University consists of eight campuses which consist of well over 35,000 users (Hickey,
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2010 for the course IT 221 1 taught by Professor Conrad during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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