Converged VoIP communications can be made as secure as traditional PSTN. Voice over IP threats such as toll fraud, denial of service attacks, impersonation exploits, phreaking and eavesdropping can be prevented and contained with proper planning and design.
IT and Telecom professionals have long been infatuated with the concept commonly referred to as QoS (which stands for Quality of Service). Of course ensuring that Voice over IP meets high voice quality requirements is a key concern when it comes to designing networks. New QoS protocols: Differentiated Services (DiffServ), the Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) and the once almost forgotten Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) have been designed by some of the brightest minds in IP networking and data processing.
When appearing at professional industry show or event with a service such as DLS Hosted PBX, I always try to put it in the context of this industry’s business application. I’ll admit, this isn’t always easy. That part aside, however, there were a couple of things that I found to be worthy of exploring. First, … Read more
Isn’t it amazing how often we let all of the new technologies and buzzwords intimidate us ? While it’s true that your company should be embracing new ideas, the most important part of your website is probably still the “contact us” link. And the most important tool on your desk is still a phone. Bottom … Read more
telecommuting can be a great business continuity solution, as long as everyone: knows what resources are available in times of emergency, has access to those resources, and knows how/is able to use them
Hello, My name is Sam Rozenfeld and I am a CEO of the DLS Internet. The purpose of this VoIP blog is to establish two-way communications between people who design, install and engineer DLS Hosted PBX solutions on one side and people who use it or may be using it in the future. In this blog we are … Read more