Microsoft VOIP system

Microsoft's VOIP system for SMBs boasts a few glitzy next-generation features that make the system incredibly easy to use, and comes in an appliance form factor that makes the system a snap to deploy. In his keynote speech at CES 2008, Bill Gates indicated that a primary focus during the next digital decade will be […]

Microsoft's VOIP system for SMBs boasts a few glitzy next-generation features that make the system incredibly easy to use, and comes in an appliance form factor that makes the system a snap to deploy.

In his keynote speech at CES 2008, Bill Gates indicated that a primary focus during the next digital decade will be to connect people, and that key elements of these experiences will be high-definition media, superior network connectivity and natural user interfaces.

When held to this standard, Microsoft Response Point, the firm's new VOIP (voice over IP) software platform for small and midsize businesses, certainly delivers on the first of the three criteria, boasting a natural user interface on a scale I've not seen from any VOIP system