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Video: Four obstacles to implementing VoIP

Voice over IP is growing in popularity but fewer than half of all businesses are using VoIP because of a few drawbacks. This episode of Sanity Savers for IT Executives discusses the biggest obstacles standing in the way of widespread corporate adoption of VoIP.

Voice over IP is growing in popularity because companies are attracted to its potential for saving money on long distance and international calls. Still, fewer than half of all businesses are using VoIP because of a few drawbacks. This episode of Sanity Savers for IT Executives discusses the biggest obstacles standing in the way of widespread corporate adoption of VoIP.

For those of you who prefer text to video, you can go to the video player page for this episode and click "Full Transcipt," or you can read the original article that this episode was based on:  Four obstacles to implementing VoIP by Deb Shinder.

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