AstriCon 2014 is happening right now in Las Vegas from October 22nd to the 24th, so if you’re not there here’s why you should attend next year.

Over the course of three days the annual AstriCon conference aims to fulfill its mission of expanding Asterisk expertise through these five areas:

  • People
  • Presentations
  • Panels
  • Products
  • Projects

For fans, developeers, and businesses – this is the place for anyone who uses the Asterisk telephony platform to learn about the latest projects, updates, and technical details.

Hackathon

The first ever AstriCon Hackathon was held this year for communications designers and developers to challenge themselves in a fast-paced app designing contest with custom software built on Asterisk, Respoke, and Clarify.

Here’s a recent video that explains more about …

Asterisk VoIP Security

When I came across a blog on Huffington Post that called Asterisk out on the security of their open source VoIP platform I just had to know, is this true?

So I asked Asterisk (after I said “asked Asterisk” five times fast) and got this detailed response from David Duffet, Director of Worldwide Asterisk Community.

Duffett (@dduffett) explains that protecting your network is a not whole lot unlike fortifying your house against break-ins.

VoIP Supply: Who is the Asterisk VoIP platform designed for?

David Duffet: The Asterisk IP communications engine is for anyone that wants to create a flexible and powerful communications solution. Asterisk configuration is performed through a number of ascii text files, and this is why a number of …

Office technology is supposed to make our working lives easier but the overwhelming amount of options makes it difficult just choosing the right device.

So where do you turn and who do you trust when you want to know who’s used this stuff before, what works and what doesn’t, and how much hair will I pull out trying to install this thing?

This is when you seek the guidance of a VoIP blogger like Michael Graves (@mjgraves) who runs the site Graves on SOHO Technology. He tests products geared for the small office / home office (SOHO) user and offers you, the reader, a wealth of detailed product reviews, guides and how-to articles, and great hands-on advice.

Graves explained to us …