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April 21, 2010

Virgin Media urges firms to use VoIP instead of flying

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by David Allen

As the chaos at UK and European airports continues, one thing should be learnt by the disruption, that, as far as business goes, the internet could be used more for meetings and conferences.

This would save travel, time and the cost of visiting events such as the recent MIPTV event in Cannes.

According to Alistair McKinnon of the IP Multimedia Division at Virgin Media Business, it is very surprising that companies are not embracing services such VoIP as with most cities using fibre broadband, online meetings are no longer affected by delays and interruptions.

Video calls offer businesses the chance to have face to face meetings without having to travel.

It is times like this when technology can take the strain.

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