Survey: VoIP cost savings are cool, but what about audio quality?

ITtoolbox, a collaborative network for enterprise Info Tech pros,has just released its 2005 ITtoolbox IP Telephony/VoIP Adoption and Deployment Survey.The skinny:51% of respondents that use VoIP, or are building a VoIP solution, say that lower infrastructure costs are the main driver.

ITtoolbox, a collaborative network for enterprise Info Tech pros,has just released its 2005 ITtoolbox IP Telephony/VoIP Adoption and Deployment Survey.

The skinny:

51% of respondents that use VoIP, or are building a VoIP solution, say that lower infrastructure costs are the main driver.

When evaluating systems, hardware, software, yada yada, to make VoIP happen in their company the three top criteria are:audio quality, performance and costs.

The three top concerns: quality, reliability and budget constraints. 

 

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