Got VoIP? Is it Secure?

Telephone security has always been a concern, especially for companies and government agencies that routinely use telephone calls for exchanging sensitive information. On the corporate side, industrial espionage is very real and some of your competitors will stop at nothing to learn your trade secrets. Before the age of VoIP, ...

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Sentiment in Telecom – Number Porting

For whatever reason, many people display a high level of sentimental behavior towards objects or other living beings, while others place very little value in anything physical. It has been suggested by some that it is a physiological response resulting from a certain kind of brain structure when more neuron-rich tissue ...

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A Bubblin’ Crude: How VoIP Changed the Oil Business

Conventional communications just don’t work very well in harsh environments like remote deep-water oil rigs or on board a giant oil tanker, where the environment is harsh and the options are limited. The climate surrounding an Ultra Deep Water (UDW) rig can be brutal, and easy availability of communication means ...

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Setting the Bar for Hosted VoIP

Among the many VoIP providers in the market, a vast array of different qualities can be found. For example, some services produce a genuinely natural sound for a phone conversation because a company placed a great deal of attention to details within a system. When executed correctly, VoIP is like ...

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Death of Telco?

It seems as though every month some thought leader on technology or the telecom industry will generate a piece about how it is the end of times for the old Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The fact that VoIP has become a new standard for transmitting voice and beyond is ...

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