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Voip – VoIP threat as crims seek out soft targets
February 14, 2007, 10:59 pm
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VoIP threat as crims seek out soft targets
Australian IT – PEOPLE are careful to secure their data systems, but corporate phone networks are subject to increasing security threats, Cybertrust principal security consultant Andrew Wells says. Tightening security in one area, such as data systems, pushes

Emerging markets fuel cell phone growth
ZDNet – developing regions such as Africa, China and India are now being thought of as the cash cows of the mobile phone industry. As The High Business Risks of Low-Cost Web Hosting Verio VoIP Hits the Bull’s Eye for Sporting Goods Supplier’s Call Center

AMI-Partners: Many SMBs Still Confused by Range of VoIP Solutions
MSN MoneyCentral – Steps in implementing a VoIP phone solution The report also provides actionable recommendations for vendors, service providers, and channel partners. For more information about this study, AMI-Partners, or our global SMB research, please call

Truphone Supports Newly-Announced Nokia Wi-Fi-Equipped Handsets
PR Inside – Truphone enables Wi-Fi-equipped mobile phones to make internet-rate phone calls (VoIP calls) over Wi-Fi connections. When the handset is not in Wi-Fi range it reverts from being a ‘Truphone’ to being a normal mobile handset, so people need only one

AVM Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7140
PC Advisor – Like previous Fritz!Boxes, the 7140 supports VoIP using SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), and an introductory offer of 555 free minutes from VoIP service provider Sipgate comes in the box. The benefits of uniting your PC and phone are remarkable

Cisco and Nokia push Wi-Fi VoIP/cellular convergence
Network World Fusion – This interoperability allows a Nokia phone to receive VoIP calls switched via a Cisco IP PBX, the same as a wired desktop IP phone, or a Cisco 802.11-based handset. The race to link cellphones with

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