Voice Over Instant Messenger (VoIM)
Definition - What does Voice Over Instant Messenger (VoIM) mean?
Voice over Instant Messenger (VoIM) is voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applied through instant messaging (IM) software.
Techopedia explains Voice Over Instant Messenger (VoIM)
VoIM provides and enhances communication in the following ways:
- Facilitates low-cost integration of voice, IM, video, file sharing and whiteboarding
- Provides efficient collaboration between mobile and office users
- Enterprise versions integrate multiple computers for seamless communication.
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