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VoIP technology has spawned a booming market packed with exciting and innovative products and services that are constantly emerging and evolving to enhance our personal and professional lives. However, all of these advanced solutions also require in-depth knowledge and expertise by those who design, install, maintain and monitor VoIP services. In order to understand VoIP and advance the development and implementation of this technology, software engineers, network administrators, designers and other IT professionals need to learn and update their skills on a regular basis. Northrop Frye, one of Canada’s most eminent thinkers, once said, “The most technologically efficient machine that man has ever invented is the book.” With this in mind, VoIP.Review has compiled a list of ten books for those who want to keep up to date with the increasingly complex world of high-tech VoIP communications. So, let’s delve into some of the most useful publications! VoIP Technology:…

Are you interested in the VoIP industry and want to learn more about VoIP? There are plenty of VoIP books out there that come in all sizes and some more technical than others. There are volumes that provide a simple straightforward review of VoIP, others cover the use of VoIP for both home and business networks, and a few of them even discuss security issues relating to voice and data networks. There is also a good deal of guides that explain how to evaluate, select, and install VoIP systems. But if you’re not crazy about looking and analyzing through hundreds of technical large VoIP books before finding the one you need, check out the list of our 10 favorite VoIP books for consumers. The Best 10 Books on VoIP VoIP For Dummies: By Timothy V. Kelly Low-cost and written in a clear and engaging way, VoIP For Dummies is one of…