Employing IT- Level Security for IP Videoconferencing
Source: TANDBERG, now part of Cisco
In recent years videoconferencing has morphed from an ISDN-centric to an IP-centric model. In fact, most videoconferencing systems today support IP networks out of the box, while ISDN network connectivity - once the de facto standard- has become and optional add-on. In addition of IP capabilities to videoconferencing systems and infrastructure devices has provided many performance, management, and cost benefits and has paved the way for a large-scale deployments of videoconferencing within the enterprise.