In today's comms world, and especially with regard to hybrid working, a communications identity has now become a unified calling and collaboration endpoint, one which is part of a suite of business services spanning voice, security and network-as-a-service solutions to power the mobile workforce.
In this article in our Royal Holloway security series, we examine the mechanisms that have been invented to allow Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), which replaces IPv4, users to prove their rightful ownership of an address, preventing others from using it falsely, as well as showing some of the ways in which these measures are incomplete.
While moving to an IP phone system will bring great advantages, the more options, features, functions and capabilities that are available, the more decisions the buyer has to make. That makes it crucial to thoroughly understand your needs before you buy. In this guide are seven steps to help in that process.
Discover how one organization improved reliability, increased employee productivity, and lowered TCO by implementing a new unified communications and VoIP solution to increase communications.
This white paper will take a look at how failures can unexpectedly disrupt core network services and the applications that depend on them despite employing traditional approaches to providing redundant configurations. Read this white paper to learn how to minimize the effects of failures to ensure business continuity.
This white paper explores ping commands and flags, and how those flags vary from one operating system to another. With a better understanding of ping, organizations and home users can easily troubleshoot a network.
This E-Guide from SearchEnterpriseWAN.com explores the importance of IPv6 and why it should be on every enterprise's short-term to-do list. View now to uncover how this influential protocol will shape your enterprise now and in the future.
In this paper, you'll learn that UPI-based solutions provide superior business value, helping customers keep pace with technology innovations and build a smarter, unified business foundation.
The business benefits of the IP transformation are numerous. First of all, as you reduce the number of actual networks, you save on software licensing costs, air conditioning and power. Less people are also required because rather than operating many silo networks in standalone mode you now have a common network.