Archives - September, 2010



13 Sep 10

Columbus, Ohio (September 13, 2010) — Until recently “innovation” was not a word associated with audio conferencing. It has seen very little change since its introduction in the 1980’s because Ma Bell had it tucked away in its far-flung call centers. Just enough engineering was done to offer some basic services, but everything else was done manually and users paid a premium. As a result, medium and small businesses rarely used it. The good news emerging from this bleak history is that a populist revolution has begun.

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8 Sep 10

Columbus, Ohio (September 8, 2010) — What do you need to know about Web 2.0 audio conferencing? How is it different than your crusty old dial-in number a PIN you’ve been carrying around in your wallet or purse?

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8 Sep 10

Columbus, Ohio (September 8, 2010) — Googling “audio conferencing” makes one’s head spin. Google dishes up a barrage of offers. How do you determine the service that best meets your needs? Under the adage “knowledge is power,” this article examines some audio conferencing myths and truths. Try searching “Web 2.0 audio conferencing”

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