Is Big Telecom Out Of Control?
Imagine a world in which there was only one telephone company. A world in which government passed laws to curb telecom competition. A world in which...hold on a minute! That's
Web Application Servers
Web application servers promise improved performance and availability on a dual-server platform. We tested four such products and awarded our Editor's Choice to the offering with the best feature set,
PassLogix's v-Go SSO
PassLogix secures remote logons with the addition of graded authentication to its v-Go single sign-on identity-management system.
Telecom Mergers Stomp on Competition
Enterprises will soon have fewer service provider choices than ever, from companies that claim to be able to do it all. Has the industry lost all the promises offered by
IP PBX Revenues Up 72 Percent
Revenues from private branch exchanges that support the Internet protocol along with analog connections to the traditional telephone network increased 72 percent last year.
Is It Time to Deconstruct the Array?
Can IT effectively drive cost out of the array by doing point-in-time mirror splits, virtualization and other functions outboard rather than inboard? We explore.
Vonage Complaining Of VoIP 'Blocking'
Leading Voice over IP service provider Vonage Holdings has complained to the Federal Communications Commission that competitors are blocking the use of its service, according to FCC chairman Michael Powell
AT&T Launches Small-Office VoIP Plan
The broadband phone service provides the small office/home office (SOHO) market with unlimited local and long-distance calling throughout the U.S. and Canada, plus the ability to send and receive faxes,
How To Measure Call Quality
We dig into the different algorithms and approaches for monitoring and measuring the quality of calls in voice over IP implementations.
Telecom Players Devoid of Vision
Verizon's interest in acquiring MCI is a case of another amalgamated former Bell company pursuing another weakened long-distance provider.
HP Expands Mobile Networking Services For SMBs
Hewlett-Packard's extended services for small and midsize businesses (SMBs) include hosted mail and messaging; wireless LAN assessment, planning, and installation; and wireless printing from a handheld PC.
Prepare Your Network For VoIP
Router and switch enhancements make the network more suitable for voice than ever before, but significant holes still remain. We offer advice on what to do.
SIP Goes Peer-to-Peer
Word is emerging about a new peer-to-peer (P2P) version of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), the IETF's VoIP standard.