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ALL-IP Migration and Special Services

ALL-IP Migration and Special Services

Special services are offered via analog or ISDN connections in combination with terminal devices by service providers. The particular challenge is now to guarantee the customer all these special services despite the on-going migration to ALL-IP. For the customer, the question is: will it work and who is responsible for it? First of all, let us have a closer look at these special services....

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Siri closes the blinds

Siri closes the blinds

Will a niche solution by manufacturers like Apple, using ALL-IP, be made available? Since the beginning of the 1990s, building automation systems in large industrial and office buildings have been an integral part of the construction industry. Intelligent and cost-intensive field bus systems from different manufacturers, provide via various sensors and actuators, a wide range of information, as...

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VoIP Security

VoIP Security

Some countries switch off their telephone network in the near future. ALL IP is as previously mentioned one of the main buzz words. The shift to VoIP has already started and now is the right time to ask ourselves: “Do we need VoIP security?” VoIP security in this context doesn’t relate to firewalls, firewall problems in VoIP protocols or anything like that, but refers to the basic problem of...

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BYOD and Telephony: integrated solutions and security

The concept of bring your own device BYOD is a growing trend for business IT. There are a variety of benefits allowing users to supply their own PC and mobile devices. Employees can easily check e-mails, manage appointments via social networks and search the web. Many companies offer their own apps to allow access to corporate data, enterprise applications and enterprise infrastructure. All IP...

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Hybird solutions: a single device for every branch office

Hybird solutions: a single device for every branch office

All of a sudden, the office has become a very complicated place with a lot of electronic devices that need to be configured, maintained, powered, secured, actualized, and wired (or maybe not, because they are part of a WLAN network). Even though most of the manufacturers try to make their equipment as simple, as compatible and as plug and play as possible, to the one-man-for-all that has the...

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