Securing VoIP Calls

I read today in PC World about a VoIP consultant who hacked through SIP conversations to prove how easy it is to access information on an unsecured VoIP network. “An expert has released a proof-of-concept program to show how easy it would be for criminals to eavesdrop on the VoIP-based phone calls of any company […]

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LA Times On Lower Net Calling

The Los Angeles Times’ Jim Granelli has written a very comprehensive piece on the state of Internet calling, covering VOIP, video and VoIP on the Go in the three page story that ran in today’s Sunday edition on line and in print. Besides being quoted in the story, and having two agency clients, Mobivox and […]

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$24.99 a month VoIP service may be going bye-bye (for good reason)

OK, VoIP customers, the $24.99 a month party is just about over. A new FCC ruling is requiring that VoIP service providers, among others, will have to contribute to the $7 billion Universal Service Fund, which subsidizes phone service in low-income and high-cost areas and also helps schools and libraries get access to the internet. […]

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VoIP gives a flawless review

Over a period of time, VoIP has come to be accepted by all kinds of industries, both small and large scale. It came with a bang and has been taking quick strides covering all the industries and residentials across the globe. With its cost-effective feature, along with the voice quality of traditional public switch telephony […]

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How Open SIP Standards Reduce Enterprise VoIP Costs

3CX announced an Enterprise edition of its 3CX Phone System. The good news? It’s based on the open SIP standard, meaning it will dramatically reduce the cost of enterprise telephony, as it is able to work with a variety of SIP phones and VoIP gateways. The 3CX Phone System is a Windows-based IP PABX solution […]

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