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VoIP Phone Systems: Protecting Against Hacking

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016
VoIP Phone Systems

Lock down your phone system’s security to keep your company’s data safe.

We hear about hacking all the time in the news. From big business scares to identity theft via credit card machines, personal and important information being put in a precarious position is not as uncommon as you think. While computers and ATM’s are often cited sources of identity theft, these are not the only serious threats to the security of your business related information. Not many people know or realize that their businesses could also be hacked through their phone system. Hackers can gain access to phone lines and voicemails and cause serious problems. Here are some safety measures you can take to get the most from VoIP phone systems deter hackers and keep your private information and business safe. Read the rest of this entry »

Telecom in the News: The Apple Encryption Battle

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016
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What do you think about Apple’s stance on unlocking the San Bernardino suspect’s iPhone? Let us know on social media!

If you’ve had your eye on the news lately, or maybe even just if you’ve been scrolling through Facebook, you’ve probably seen at least one headline about Apple’s battle with the FBI about iPhone encryption surrounding the San Bernardino shooting in December. We’d like to take this blog post to offer a brief summary of the situation and how it impacts the outlook of telecommunications and technology privacy in the future. Read the rest of this entry »