Digital Voice Communication
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DIGITAL VOICE COMMUNICATIONBy Eric Stief sec. 009IntroductionPersonal AdvantagesBusiness Advantages
Digital Voice CommunicationDigital Voice Communication allows users to contact each other through cell phones and VoIPs (Voice over IP) digitally, without the use of traditional telephones. This allows users to conveniently communicate, on the go, in the office, or meeting place.This presentation will provide information about the advantages of Digital Voice Communication over traditional means of communication.
4 Countries with the Most Cell Phone Users*All data taken from 2007 study
Cell Phone Users in Millions
Cell Phone Users in Millions
Voice over IPVoice over IP (VoIP) allows you to make telephone calls using a computer network, over a data network like the Internet.
VoIP converts the voice signal from your telephone into a digital signal that travels over the internet then converts it back at the other end so you can speak to anyone with a regular phone number.
A Look at VoIP
Personal AdvantagesUsing Digital Voice Communication in your personal life has many advantages over your traditional phone services.Depending primarily on location, there tends to be more service providers for digital communication than telephone service providers. Giving you a chance to choose the provider that best fits your needs.Cell phone coverage is more widespread than telephone, which means less long distance calls.
Personal Advantages (continued)Cell phones are mobile devices, having them in your possession at all times could allow you to make and receive urgent calls, or even save your life.VoIPs typically tend to be less expensive then public telephone service, and offers features such as unlimited voice mail, three-way calling, and call forwarding.
Business AdvantagesDigital Voice can increase communication and collaboration within the business, which leads to higher productivity.VoIPs and Cell Phones allow easy communication between international businesses, whether it be urgent calls, or meetings via digital voice.
Business Advantages (continued)VoIPs provide employees with several features that are now available on standard telephones. Such as allowing you to check your voicemail on your own personal computer.
References"Cell Phone Usage Worldwide, by Country." 2007 17 Nov 2008 .Schueneman, Thomas. "The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using VoIP." Ezine Articles 18 Feb 2006 17 Nov 2008 . Unuth, Nadeem. "Reasons for Choosing Voice over IP - VoIP Advantages." about.com 19 Nov 2008 .
My topic is digital voice communication. I added the three buttons on the title page to easily navigate to different parts of the presentation.*Here is a little bit of information about digital voice communication. Cell phones and VoIPs are convenient and portable.*Cell phone use has skyrocketed in the last ten years, here is a graph showing the top for countries in cell phone use. Many people are beginning to replace their landlines with their mobile phones. *VoIP or Voice over internet protocol, is changing the way companies do business. VoIPs allow you to make calls without the use of a traditional telephone line, through the internet.*Here is a video created by explaining VoIP, and its advantages in the business field *Cell phone use is growing worldwide due to many advantages it has over landlines. Individuals can choose their service providers plans to fit their needs and desires.*Cell phones have been an important component in emergency situations. They also have more features like voicemail, call forwarding, and contact lists.*VoIPs and Cell Phones have made meetings and collaborations in the work place easier, because not everyone has to be at the same place at the same time. Giving employees a chance to be more productive.*VoIPs make it possible to manage your voicemails through your own personal computer whether it be in the office or at home.*You can refer to these publications to further understand the use of Digital Voice Communication.*