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Wannabe Geek

#38021 23-Jul-2009 10:11

Roelant (easier to pronounce Rollz).
I am a forum-virgin.

I understand the benefits of VOiP but can't say the same for the Tech-Speak surrounding it. I want to move my business in ChCh to VOiP and FOiP but reading through the posts it seems I'm going to get myself into an a real twister! I need a Consultant in ChCh to get me through it.
The same applies to Cloud Computing and a host of other topics.

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  #238276 23-Jul-2009 14:30
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Welcome to the forums!

Regarding your queries (the capitalisation is VoIP and FoIP), post in the right forum with any queries you have and there are plenty of members here who are more than happy to help.

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