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Whether you use a hosted IP phone service or an onsite PBX system, protecting your voice network is just as important as protecting your data network.
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Telecom Metric is honoured to be nominated for “New Business of The Year” at the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce’s 23rd annual Business Achievement Awards. Thank you to all of those who nominated us, and we look forward to seeing everyone at the Chair’s Gala on Thursday November 8th, 2018 at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in beautiful downtown Kingston.
Over the course of this three part series, we have examined the advantages and vulnerabilities of digital telephony. We have also looked at the ways that a VoIP provider can either strengthen or hinder a phone system’s fortification. We have provided comprehensive checklists for assessing your risk factors along with your current provider’s aptitude for fixing problems and offering solutions.
When you consider securing your digital infrastructure, you may overlook an extremely vital component that is surprisingly easy to miss. Office phones are still deemed a traditional device in many ways. While the risks of viruses are running rampant on computers and other web devices, the safety of voice data collected through Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones is usually an afterthought.
Hearing an echo? Experiencing choppy voice? While VoIP is an innovative system of telephony, voice quality issues including “VoIP echo” can sometimes occur.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) delivers functionality and flexibility in one affordable digital telephony system. VoIP may boast an array of benefits but how does it compare in terms of data security?