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Content tagged with Unified Communications posted in July 2002
Hold the IP Phone
News  |  7/22/2002  | 
Would you keep your main server in the lobby with an open terminal for anyone to access? No way. But some companies are being nearly as careless by not securing
Quick Takes
News  |  7/15/2002  | 
NetSec 2002 Computer Security Conference & Exhibition in San Francisco last month featured the introduction of comprehensive security packages that proactively check for weaknesses.
Languistics' B-Monitor Keeps Spam and Malicious Code from Infiltrating E-Mail
News  |  7/8/2002  | 
Using natural language processing methods for e-mail filtering, B-Monitor bypasses problems of the keyword approach. Here's an exclusive peek.
Aim for Corporate Instant Messaging
News  |  7/8/2002  | 
What if you could set up your own AIM server with help from the company that invented IM? With AOL's plan to offer a stable server for millions of AIM
How Will We Justify VoIP?
Commentary  |  7/1/2002  | 
The convergence of voice and data networks is inevitable, yet the industry can't explain why.
Quick Takes
News  |  7/1/2002  | 
This week, we look at PoliVec Solution Suite, St. Bernard iPrism 3.2, Agere Systems Orinoco Wireless LAN Manager and AppForge MobileVB.


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