Monthly Archives: June 2012
The way we do business today has changed dramatically. Companies large and small are continuing to find ways to scale back on expenses while remaining competitive in this global marketplace. More companies have discovered conferencing software as an effective means of communicating not only within the organization but also with customers, vendors and strategic partners. Both VoIP conferencing and telephone conferencing allow participants to engage without spending time and money on travel related expenses. While similar, let’s explore the features and differences between the two options.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN VoIP and TELEPHONE CONFERENCING
VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol. With a VoIP setup, conferencing software must be installed on either a computer or a mobile phone, and an Internet connection must be present. It’s important to note, though, that some VoIP conferencing providers allow participants to join the meeting by simply using a telephone. (This option, however, is not always the most reliable.) VoIP software …