Software glitch leaves Cisco VOIP routers vulnerable

Software glitch leaves Cisco VOIP routers vulnerable

Cisco Systems Inc. warned this week that an IOS software glitch could leave VoIP-enabled routers vulnerable to attack. The software...

January 23rd, 2005 Phil Hochmuth

BT will switch its call centre network to VoIP

BT will switch its call centre network to VoIP

British Telecommunications PLC (BT) plans to migrate its U.K. call centres to a new voice over IP (VoIP) system over...

December 2nd, 2004 Peter Sayer

Leaving a legacy?

Leaving a legacy?

The small and once tepid industry of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has taken its position in the spotlight. Industry...

September 30th, 2004 Kellen Greenberg and Eric Piche

Problems plague EDS project for UK agency

Problems plague EDS project for UK agency

A child-support case management and telephony system that's expected to cost the U.K. government US$806.5 million over 10 years is...

September 6th, 2004 Marc L. Songini

SAP to speech-enable applications

SAP to speech-enable applications

SAP AG has moved one step closer to voice-enabling its applications by signing a deal with VoiceObjects AG, a developer...

September 1st, 2004 Ephraim Schwartz

COMMUNICASIA : Mobile telecoms driving India’s development

COMMUNICASIA : Mobile telecoms driving India’s development

Though China continues to be the main Asian focus for the world's telecommunication vendors, other Asian countries, India in particular,...

June 16th, 2004 David Legard

Cisco to add 1,000 jobs as Q3 earnings bring good news

Cisco to add 1,000 jobs as Q3 earnings bring good news

Cisco Systems Inc. will add 1,000 sales and engineering jobs by the end of the year after posting successful third-quarter...

May 17th, 2004 Todd R. Weiss

Gateway to the Middle East at Futurex

Gateway to the Middle East at Futurex

Futurex organizers say that South Africa (SA) will welcome the Middle East's largest ICT infrastructure, when Dubai Internet City (DIC)...

May 11th, 2004 Computing SA staff

Siemens moves to merge telephony, data centre

Siemens moves to merge telephony, data centre

Telephony servers now emerging are set to transform enterprise phone systems into just one more service provided through the corporate...

May 2nd, 2004 Stephen Lawson