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Is PhoneGaim ready for the enterprise?

PhoneGaim sounds like a neat app for home users, but can you suggest how it might fit in for enterprise users? Would companies benefit by using it or a similar product? Might there be any security issues?
You should see PhoneGaim as any other Instant Message tool: It boosts productivity and makes your life easier. The combination with telephony makes it even easier, since you can switch any chat into a normal phone call with the single click of a button.

For enterprise users, there is an added benefit of portability: Your laptop is now also your phone and as soon as you have an Internet connection, you're able to work and communicate. I have phoned customers and family zillions of times using the ADSL-connection in my hotel room saving me a lot of money on international calls.

This was last published in January 2005

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