Protecting your investment in VoIP

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Within the next two years, most businesses will either pilot or start widescale deployments of voice over IP (VoIP). Why? To extend the capabilities of their phone system, as well as realize significant cost savings.

However, with these benefits come a host of security and connectivity considerations. Companies moving to VoIP will face familiar security threats such as worms and denial-of-service attacks, as well as new threats introduced by VoIP itself. Companies will need to take steps to include security ...

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