SIP Trunking: Four Operational Challenges

Four SIP Trunking Operational Challenges: 1 – Interop with PBX or Session Border Controller (SBC), using a SBC would be preferable for many reasons. Best case an Interop is equal to a TDM PRI turn up, but in most cases interop is much longer, and much more difficult to troubleshoot with jitter, packet loss and …

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Trusted Employees, Untrustworthy Devices

Unsecured Android’s, iPhones, iPad’s and tablets on their way in, secured Blackberry’s on the way out, clearly Gartner has it right when saying the mobile/wireless market has “Confusion, Complexity and Opportunity Through 2015”. We’re in the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) revolution. Consumerization, or Shadow IT, is here and legions of disparate mobile devices are …

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MPLS in Next-Generation Transport Networks – Webinar

Today Light Reading is running their Digital Ethernet Summit. One of the more interesting topics so far was the webinar discussion of transport networks and using MPLS-TP and the IETF Standards being developed. Transport Networks are mostly TDM based, there is a constant bit rate even when there is no traffic to be sent. There …

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Mobile Device Management: Apple iOS & Google Android takeover the Enterprise

Over the weekend I read an editorial in RCR Wireless by Xigo Chief Marketing Officer Dave Snow entitled Managing Mobility. Dave is well informed and put together a lot of good information regarding the challenges enterprises face in managing mobility. (Disclosure: Vocio is a Xigo partner, as we are with numerous mobile device management and …

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Telecom Management: Adapting to Change

Whatever your position, in whatever company, the communication tools and applications you use today will be changing in the future, at an ever more rapid pace. The key to survival in 2011 and beyond is being open-minded about change, and to objectively evaluate legacy, and next generation, voice, data, Internet and mobility services, and to …

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