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A kiosk can serve a multitude of purposes--and with the right apps, setting one up is fast, simple, and affordable.
Mac users spend countless hours typing. While a default Apple wireless keyboard shames its typical basic Windows counterpart, optional upgrades vastly improve the experience.
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
The versatility of VoIP has made it the leading choice for companies seeking an updated phone system that enables them to do more for less. Coming to the conclusion that you want V...
In today’s economy, flexibility and speed are essential to success. It’s no surprise that more companies are turning to VoIP phone systems to give them the freedom they need to gro...
In this paper, the authors dwells on the notion that the designing of networks must escalate from applying just a basic set of rules, to utilizing the myriads of technologies now a...
Internet telephony refers to communications services like voice, facsimile, and/or voice-messaging applications that are transported via the Internet, rather than the Public Switch...
Due to the increasing demand of various internet applications such as Voice Over IP (VOIP), audio conferencing etc. it is required that the data is transmitted in a more secure and...
Donovan Colbert forgot to disable Google Voice forwarding when his regional number lapsed and was assigned to an underage girl's phone. Find out what happened.
With the cloud and tablets, SMBs have access to fully capable mobile conferencing that once would have been cost prohibitive.