Pinnacle of Office Communication Technology
Our desktop phones at work are smart, very smart. They integrate with our Outlook calenders to redirect calls to our meeting rooms or send callers to voice mail automatically. We can set them to auto-forward to follow us on our cell or home phones anywhere in the world. They integrate with our desktop software to call contacts straight out of Outlook, conference call, and handle virtual meetings with webcams and desktop sharing with our team from around the globe.
They still have the same annoying coiled cord problems office phones had since the beginning of office phone technology:
What the heck is up with that?
On Edit: Sorry for the HUGE image. I forgot how to use photobucket or something for a minute.