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A new open-source protocol will help reduce the bandwidth needed for push-to-talk services, which may help push-to-talk gain more corporate adherents.
IBM says it will release a Linux version of its Sametime enterprise IM server in the middle of 2007 -- and it will be an attractive offering, judging from the slew of new features, including VoIP and SIP support, slated for the server's planned September update.
The Swedish startup lets mobile phone users place free, or at least cheap, calls around the world. But beware, there are some headaches involved.
Read the fine the print on this Skype competitor's offer for free international and domestic calling.
Next month, developers will release what they claim to be the first open-source, carrier-grade telco switch. If it's even marginally successful, it could shake an industry that routinely charges tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars for similar products down to its foundations.
The vulnerability stops the intrusion prevention system from processing packets, producing alerts, or performing automated actions such as logging. It also renders the IPS inaccessible both remotely and via the console.
Who says Firefox only has to be about Web browsing? Here are the extensions that will transform Firefox into a fuel-injected collaboration engine.
The company's outsourced services suite consists of three offerings. The core service, Application Acceleration, introduces an express lane across the Internet that will accelerate Web-based applications without adding equipment to a company's data center.
The sale of Skype to eBay was made possible through a scheme to "misappropriate the FastTrack peer-to-peer technology that rightfully belongs to StreamCast," a StreamCast lawyer says.
Skype announced that customers can now place free calls to traditional landline and mobile phones in the U.S. and Canada. It used to charge a fee.
Sky-Click can create Skype-based call centers that can reduce the cost of call center operations. Is it right for your business? We take a close look.
Verizon's new hosted IM service has a great price point and plenty of security features, but comes up short in several areas.
The idea is to allow IT groups in midsized firms to reduce cost and complexity by deploying a single server housing all their core applications: ERP, CRM, DB2, and now IP telephony.
Siemens' new P2P VoIP system will be easy to deploy. Businesses should wonder whether it will be just as easy to hack.
A new client extends Skype's capabilities to users of Motorola, Nokia, and Sony-Ericsson handsets.
Skype updated its business offering this week, making the service more suitable than ever for small businesses. But Skype for Business still comes up short in six areas.