This will reduce energy usage and improve the ease of use of some office equipment
More than 100 sites now using system, and numbers expected to rise sharply
IP telephony service will roll out on ThinkPad laptops and ThinkCentre desktops
Watch the internet telephony firm's executive discuss the future
New communications system could deliver £567k savings over five-year period, say consultants
As the 240-page Digital Britain report hits the streets, we round up the first reactions from across the IT and communications industries
Four major projects will cover all areas of the airport's technology
Orange Business Services picks up five-year contract with travel firm and a five-year extension to chemicals manufacturer contract
Tournament's 600-strong media pool to use new system to help improve viewers' experience
"We want SDSL - but we can't get it," say over half of UK firms, according to research
N97 first to get VoIP and messaging client built in
Rollout out of IP-based public address system to be complete by 2010
Cable & Wireless service aims to improve call handling in the bank's asset finance division
Restaurant chain to unify voice and data to generate savings
Users in the US are as sceptical about voice over IP (VoIP) as their UK counterparts, and have a an almost British obsession with the cold weather, according to a canvas of opinions at the Comnet show in Washington last week.
A London college has thrown out its Alcatel PBX and installed a voice over IP network instead.