How is VoIP Different from Unified Communications?

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VoIP refers to a basic Internet-based telephony system. Unified communication is more advanced. Among unified communication’s many advantages are sophisticated call center features; conferencing that combines voice, data, video and desktop sharing; and presence—the ability to instantly determine the availability of others within your company.

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