Next Generation Phone Systems: How to Choose a Voice and Data Communications Sys
- 出版商: CMP
- 售價: $1,340
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,273
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 231
- 裝訂: Paperback
- ISBN: 1578200385
- ISBN-13: 9781578200382
The way we communicate is changing. In the past few years we've seen the introduction of a variety of new mediums for both business and personal communications. Email, the Web, fax, Internet chat, videoconferencing and whiteboarding are just a few examples of technologies that are playing an increasingly important role in the way we communicate every day. The traditional business phone system is a tool optimized specifically for voice communication. In a world where the way we communicate is changing, so too will the role of the business phone system. Already we've seen the introduction of a wide range of Next Generation solutions designed to take advantage of the convergence of data, voice and video.
If you find yourself in the process of selecting a new phone system, then this book is for you. In this book, we'll explore a whole new generation of voice communication solutions and provide you practical information and advice to help you make sense of this exploding market and select the appropriate solution for your business.
Dave Krupinski is a software engineer, author and consultant. Recently, Dave has been developing some of the most popular web sites on the Internet, including DirectHit.com. Previously, Dave was the vice president of marketing at PhoneZone.com and the vice president of marketing and director of business development for Artisoft, Inc. in Europe.
Charlie Schick, Ph.D., is an independent telecom analyst, concentrating on wireless voice and data technologies, ubiquitous computing and computer telephony. His writings appear in many online and print publications such as HelloDirect.com, ThinkMobile.com and in his "TestCheck" columns in Computer Telephony Europe.
Brian McConnell is the founder of PhoneZone.com (now part of Hello Direct, Inc.) and one of the telecom industry's leading experts on emerging technologies. Brian writes about telecom technology for numerous online and print publications, and also teaches telecom-related classes at networking and telecom conferences worldwide.