The take up of VoIP services in Australia has risen significantly over recent years, with more than 5 million adult Aussies now using a VoIP service.
BlackBerry is attempting to separate its BlackBerry Messenger service into a separate business to compete with iMessage and WhatsApp, according to fresh reports.
The release of Shoretel's Dock device this week throws up some necessary questions about the future of telephony and VOIP, the answers to which aren't immediately obvious.
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