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  • IP Networks, VoIP for the people

    Verizon is paving the VoIP way for enterprise branch offices by offering single-pipe, dynamic T-1 bandwidth allocation for voice, data and Internet access traffic. 

  • Number of at-home agents to skyrocket

    The number of contact center agents working from home is set to explode over the next three years. One reason? VoIP. 

  • Seven toys for online retailers in '06

    Just in time for the holidays, seven technologies you need to have on your list, courtesy of Forrester Research. 

  • VoIP reaches 15 million searches

    Cementing its place as the hot technology, VoIP and VoIP-related terms reached 15 million online searches in September. On one search engine, VoIP beat out iPod as a search term. 

  • Group seeks to bolster VoIP security

    An industry coalition has published a lengthy list of guidelines to help identify and deal with threats against Internet voice communications systems. 

  • Cardinals join VoIP league

    The St. Louis Cardinals will open the 2006 season with a new player on the team -- Internet Protocol telephony from SBC Communications and Cisco Systems 

  • Dialing in the VoIP strategic advantage

    VoIP has the potential to be the next disruptive technology changing the way businesses communicate. An excerpt from "Harvard Business Review." 

  • Product Roundup: VoIP and DP for SMBs

    Here's a collection of this week's product and service announcements about VoIP and DP for small and midsized companies. 

  • New Orleans CIO: VoIP, portals and Katrina

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert talks with SearchCIO.com about his most harrowing moments after Hurricane Katrina. 

  • New Orleans CIO: Katrina spurs Internet election

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert has initiated an Internet-voting project that will allow displaced residents to cast ballots in the next mayoral election.