Dodging grenades in VoIP turf wars
SearchEnterpriseVoice.com | 9 Feb 2005
In a keynote at VoiceCon 2005, Bank of America's top network architect explained how his company's strategy can keep the peace between voice and data camps during a VoIP rollout.
VoIP demands more from a firewall
SearchEnterpriseVoice.com | 10 Feb 2005
A VoiceCon speaker makes the case for VoIP-specific firewalls, claiming that legacy firewalls can't prioritize voice packets and can often degrade call quality.
Adopters highlight complex decisions behind VoIP
SearchEnterpriseVoice.com | 14 Feb 2005
Network architects guiding their companies through VoIP implementations say now may not be the right time to "rip-and-replace," and explain why cost savings isn't the key factor.
Making the case for VoIP outsourcing
SearchEnterpriseVoice.com | 15 Feb 2005
Speakers at VoiceCon 2005 said hosted VoIP service can be easier to implement than on-premise deployments and can better support smaller sites, but there are risks to consider.
This was first published in February 2005