Victor or vanquished? Surviving your VoIP implementation

Victor or vanquished? Surviving your VoIP implementation

When CCL Industries, the Canadian retail goods packaging company, made the decision last year to move from traditional circuit-switched telephone...

August 31st, 2005 Gerry Blackwell

Networks need internal security to be truly safe from harm

Networks need internal security to be truly safe from harm

The average medieval castle featured layers of defence. Multiple wall rings were constructed so that there was no single intrusion...

June 23rd, 2005 Daniel Briere

Winning with VDIP

Winning with VDIP

Hip, young, and up-and-coming, is how Cisco Systems Inc. describes Boisbriand, Que., the latest of 17 Canadian municipalities to adopt...

May 12th, 2005 Brian Eaton

Voicing VoIP decisions

Voicing VoIP decisions

If you have ever wondered if there’s an off-the-shelf, one-size fits all IP telephony solution, the answer is an emphatic...

January 31st, 2005 Susan Maclean

Guelph U pulls the plug on PBX

Guelph U pulls the plug on PBX

Reducing costs and simplifying network management are the primary reasons the University of Guelph has went live with its campus-wide...

November 25th, 2004 Rebecca Reid

VoiceCon: NEC launches all-IP enterprise communications

VoiceCon: NEC launches all-IP enterprise communications

NEC America Inc. will embrace the next generation of enterprise voice — full IP telephony — with a new architecture...

February 29th, 2004 Stephen Laws

The good and bad sides of IP

The good and bad sides of IP

Representatives of businesses that have implemented IP telephony say the technology spells cost savings and productivity enhancements, but it also...

January 22nd, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Chuck Yoke: Converging networks with Six Sigma

Chuck Yoke: Converging networks with Six Sigma

Sometime during the next eight to 12 weeks I should receive my Green Belt. After additional practice and experience, I...

October 3rd, 2003 No Author

Telus expands 1X service

Telus expands 1X service

Telus Mobility on Friday said it is expanding its next-generation 1X wireless data network in Atlantic Canada.Through a reciprocal roaming/resale...

March 20th, 2003 IT World Canada Staff