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Securing Opportunities

Securing Opportunities The Internet has given us lots to love and lots to be concerned about. As more and more small and medium businesses begin to embrace VoIP, unified communications and other IP technologies that provide a competitive edge, theres an accompanying recognition that these companies also need resources for securing those communications beyond a […]

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  Vol 21, No. 7 July 2007   SHOP TALK AVAYA GOES PRIVATE MOTOROLA SEEKS VARS COMPTEL SEARCHES FOR NEW CEO QWEST CEO TO RETIRE GLOBAL CROSSING CHANGES CHANNEL NEWS BRIEFS PORTFOLIO SECURING OPPORTUNITIES Offering a holistic managed security service can help agents secure VoIP sales. TOOLBOX VERIFICATION, REFINED Advances in mature third-party verification services […]

Securing Opportunities

The Internet has given us lots to love and lots to be concerned about. As more and more small and medium businesses begin to embrace VoIP, unified communications and other IP technologies that provide a competitive edge, theres an accompanying recognition that these companies also need resources for securing those communications beyond a simple firewall, […]

Securing VoIP Relative to Number Mapping

During todays session Top Technologies for VoIP Security & Number Mapping, panelists will discuss the future of VoIP security and number mapping as well as what are the necessary regulations to ensure network and user security while enhancing VoIP growth and further integration in the marketplace. Panelist Tom Kershaw, vice president of Next Generation Networks […]

Case Study: Securing a Path to VoIP for Saflink

Seattle area-based Saflink Corp., a biometrics security solutions company, recently tackled a multifaceted telecom problem. Faced with a pending office relocation and the potential loss of its existing phone number bank, Saflink had the daunting task of finding a service provider that could help it implement an immediate low-cost solution. Through telecom expense and inventory […]

On Guard!

A wireless LAN uses ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio technology to either replace or extend a conventional wired LAN. In a WLAN, data is superimposed onto a “carrier” radio wave using a process called “modulation.” The carrier wave acts as the transmission medium, replacing the cable. Like conventional radio or TV, a WLAN can transmit data […]

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