Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Reliable IP Telephony

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Reliable IP Telephony

Reliability is the most critical aspect of a business phone system. IP telephony systems will deliver differing service levels because their architecture is fundamentally different. Ironically, optimal architecture and design do not only deliver high reliability, but also produce a system that is easy to use and manage.

This whitepaper defines reliability and availability and then compares the approaches of various IP telephony vendors to ensure high availability as well as demonstrating how the underlying system design and architecture dictate the type of redundancy that can be deployed to increase reliability.

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IP Telephony Basics
Making the decision to switch to IP telephony and then deploying the system is no small task. Learn about the basics of IP Telephony, from A to Z, to assist you with your pre-decision questions and post-decision planning and implementation.

(Sponsored by ShoreTel)

Unified Communications TCO
Getting a handle on potential IP unified communications (UC) costs is a growing challenge. Find out how to ensure the best long-term UC decision for your company with a comprehensive cost of ownership (TCO) tool that captures and assesses the costs as well as the savings of any UC solution.

(Sponsored by ShoreTel)

Business Phone System Guide
Understanding the key issues involved in choosing and deploying the best UC system is essential for your business. Gain a firm understanding of IP Telephony and Unified communications as well as the strategic steps in choosing a business phone system for your organization.

(Sponsored by ShoreTel)

IP Telephony Preparation
Successful IP telephony in the enterprise demands an understanding of your company's network infrastructure. Learn how to determine if your network is ready as well as how to plan, choose, and deploy the right IP telephony solution for your business.

(Sponsored by ShoreTel)

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