Enterprise VoIP telephony security. A 360-degree view
A 360-degree overview of Enterprise VoIP telephony security. All aspects. From IT-centric security towards inbound fraud protection and Single Sign-On
Security for schools and universities should include data protection. Secured access to personal data of students, staff and parents is essential under the new privacy regulations like GDPR.
A load balancer for Cisco telephony may be an expensive investment. Fortunately, investment in a load balancer is not necessary if you implement the Active Login Manager.
The popularity of Activity Based Working is growing fast. The whole concept is based on a couple of ideas and
The CallerID has always been and still is, for many people the proof of the identity of a calling party.
Cisco IP phone login synchronisation Many organisations have taken to synchronising users’ Active Directory passwords across all the systems which
Most organisations suffer from the challenge of too many user identities, resulting in too many passwords and too many user
Password challenges The challenge with modern life in the computer age is the sheer number of identities, user names and
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in 2018. What does the GDPR mean for you? And what is the impact on your VoIP and UC security requirements.
Technological innovations bring bank transactions literally to the fingertip of the customer and banks are going to be lean and mean. What does this mean for IT and Telephony security?
A marketshare far above 75% makes Active Directory the Single Sign-On basis for Microsoft and non-Windows applications like SAP and Oracle. And for Cisco VoIP communication networks.