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commonly confused as being one and the same, IP telephone and Voice Over IP systems are different systems that have different purposes, benefits and pit-falls.
 

Information Systems, Information Technology, Project Definition, Project Design, Project Management, Network Implementation, Network Support, Network Management, Local Area Networking, Wide Area Networking, Network Border Security, Network Core Security, Internet, Intranet, Extranet, Collaborative Systems, Workflow, Help Desk, Network User Training, On Site Support, Remote Control Support

VoIP system implementation.

A computer network and Internet connection is required by the telephone system. The telephone handsets plug in to that computer network, which may be either dedicated to the telephone system or shared between the telephone system and the data network that the computers connect to. Outward calls are made via the Internet.

In a VoIP telephone system implementation, a computer network and Internet connection is required by the telephone system. The telephone handsets plug in to that computer network, which may be either dedicated to the telephone system or shared between the telephone system and the data network that the computers connect to. Outward calls are made via the Internet.

Pros
VoIP offers the potential for very low call rates, that continue to decrease.

Cons
In a busy office environment, there is a high possibility of degraded call quality due to congestion of the Internet connection. It is sometimes necessary to maintain a separate Internet connection for carriage of voice calls, the cost of which reduces the financial appeal of the system. Some VoIP implementations introduce potential security vulnerabilities that must also be addressed.

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