Check Point set to defend security turf

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Check Point set to defend security turf, 04/11/05

Check Point next month intends to announce its major software upgrade of the year - a package that will include VoIP improvements and enhanced auditing - in a move industry experts call critical to the company's long-term success.

http://www.nwfusion.com/news/2005/041105-check-point.html?nl

Opinion: New FCC head has bigger bugs to fry, 04/11/05

I'm hoping new FCC Chairman Kevin Martin will spare a few minutes to address critical issues that have the potential to dramatically reshape the face of communications services in the 21st century. These include ...

http://www.nwfusion.com/columnists/2005/041105johnson.html?nl

IAX protocol simplifies VoIP, 04/11/05

Instead of using Real-time Protocol, IAX uses User Datagram Protocol over a single Internet port (Port 4569) to transmit and receive signaling and media. IAX easily traverses firewalls and uses much less overhead than RTP.

http://www.nwfusion.com/news/tech/2005/041105techupdate.html?nl

Compendium: Skype me? Why?, 04/08/05

Kasia wonders about people with Skype Me buttons on their Web sites : You'd have to be either: (a) so enamored with anything new, scripty and techy that you don't even notice how asinine and useless it really is. or (b) Desperate for human contact, ...

http://www.nwfusion.com/compendium/2005/008479.html?nl

AOL starts rolling out 'Net phone service, 04/07/05

AOL on Thursday began the nationwide rollout of an Internet phone service for subscribers to its Internet service.

http://www.nwfusion.com/net.worker/news/2005/0407aolstart.html?nl

Newsletter: Vonage wins one lawsuit, faces another, 04/06/05

Vonage is certainly setting some legal precedents when it comes to VoIP.

http://www.nwfusion.com/newsletters/converg/2005/0404converge2.html?nl

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