Category Archives: VoIP Commentary

The VoIP industry is fast paced and ever changing. The VoIP Insider makes keeping up to date with trends, themes and emerging players in the market with weekly editorial commentary from some of the industries best and brightest.

Faxing is Alive and Well

March 29, 2011
Bill Sims over at TMC has written an intersting article titled "Fax: Still Necessary for Business, But VoIP Migration Issues Persist" where he relays an ... READ MORE

VoIP Security – Secure or Too Secure?

March 14, 2011
As a brief followup to my previous post about VoIP security, I came across a couple articles that offer an interesting point / counterpoint to the ... READ MORE

VoIP Security – Simulated Hacker Attack

March 11, 2011
Great video from dataviz Australia depicting, graphically, what a hacker attack on a VoIP system would look like. Visualizing a cyber attack on a VOIP ... READ MORE

Is Skype Becoming Yet Another VoIP Service Provider?

October 26, 2010
It sure seems so. From their trunking partnerships with big names like Avaya to the cutting off of API access to companies like fring everything you ... READ MORE

Skype’s Move to the Desktop (IP Phone)

July 9, 2010
A few weeks ago Tom Keating over at TMCNet did a write up on how the Grandstream GXV3140 multimedia phone will soon be supporting Skype. ... READ MORE

Killing Skype

July 7, 2010
There's been a bit of buzz created by TechCrunch's leaking of a Google Voice desktop app built from the Gizmo platform last week. Most of the ... READ MORE

Can the TV Screen Compete With the PC Screen?

June 14, 2010
Since the advent of the Internet it was apparent to most that it would have a substantial impact on other entertainment and media vehicles ... READ MORE

Is Video Conferencing Over-hyped?

September 8, 2009
One of the ancillary technology that continues to grab headlines and investment from major industry players is video conferencing. The technology that allows users to "see ... READ MORE

VoIP mobility solutions still growing in popularity

August 10, 2009
Aastra's recent announcement of the 312W 802.11 b/g wireless VoIP phone last week is the latest in a growing number of mobility solutions for VoIP ... READ MORE

Google voice doesn’t get my number

July 29, 2009
For a virtual number service, Google Voice seems to be an enormous amount of press these days. Maybe because its Google. Or even because the VoIP ... READ MORE