Top five VoIP tips

Looking for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) tips? We've gathered the top five VoIP tips from the past year. If you're looking for advice on return on investment (ROI), phishing, cooling and wireless security as it relates to VoIP, these tips are for you.

Here are our top five tips on VoIP:

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  1. VoIP now part of phishing attacks
    Learn how attackers are using the widespread deployment of low-cost VoIP to leverage phishing attacks.

  2. VoIP privacy on the WAN
    Tom Lancaster looks at just how exposed your WAN traffic may be.

  3. Toll-bypass ROI
    It is difficult to quantify how much WAN bandwidth your VoIP calls will use, making an ROI evaluation challenging and full of guesswork. Tom Lancaster offers some strategies in this tip.

  4. ROI for VoIP: Calculating labor costs
    In an ROI analysis, it can be a challenge to determine what you'll be spending on labor (and where your staff will be focusing its efforts) after deploying VoIP.

  5. Five considerations for cooling VoIP
    Switches supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE) consume more power than non-PoE switches, so whenever you are planning a VoIP installation, you'll also need to plan for higher heat in your data closet. In this tip, find out five power and cooling decisions that will help make your implementation a success.

This was first published in October 2006

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