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Kerio Operator Softphone

Kerio Operator Softphone is a software-based phone client that lets you make and receive calls on your Apple iOS mobile device from...

March 26, 2015 By Kerio Technologies

Amazon separates servers from IP addresses

Amazon Web Services has released a product that separates its rentable servers — 'instances' — from their IP addresses.The Elastic Network Interface (ENI) product was released by Amazon on Wednesday.

December 22, 2011 by

Nipper - Toolkit Web Scan

Nipper: The First Tool Web vulnerability scanner, In Android environment (developing iOS version), this vulnerability scanner was focused...

January 2, 2015 By WebSecurityDev

VaxVoIP SIP Server SDK

VaxTele SIP Server SDK (Software Development Kit) is a new and flexible approach to develop SIP based VoIP servers, IP-PBX, SIP gateways,...

December 1, 2014 By VaxSoft

Campaign Monitor hacked, accounts used for spamming

E-mail marketing software developer Campaign Monitor warned users today of a server compromise that took place during the weekend.The compromise allowed the attackers to gain access to customer accounts, which they abused by importing their own lists of harvested emails in order to launch spam campaigns using the clean IP reputation of their servers.

August 11, 2009 by

ICANN turns on IPv6 addresses

The addition of IPv6 data to some of the internet root servers marks the start of a mass migration that should guarantee the supply of unique IP addresses

February 5, 2008 by

Microsoft announces Quality of Experience (IP voice) Monitoring Server

Today at VoiceCon, Microsoft Gurdeep Singh Pall, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Unified Communications Group, has just announced a new Quality of Experience Monitoring Server. There are 35 data fields, including the average length of Office Communications Server phone calls for each user, device-specific performance metrics and problems, as well as packet and other analytical tools for individual calls.

August 21, 2007 by

Pearson balances data centre growth

Education services company Pearson Assessments and Testing (PA&T) is ramping up its back end IT infrastructure to meet demand for its services from education departments all over Australia. Among other offerings, the group uses its Melbourne data centre to provide Web-based exam marking services, allowing teachers in any location to mark student exam papers from their home PC.

August 15, 2006 by

QUT bridles disorderly DNS, DHCP servers

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has recently dumped an irregular array of network management servers using open source software for an appliance-based solution from vendor Infoblox. QUT had previously been using the servers with multiple operating systems to manage domain name (DNS), automatic IP address assignment (DHCP) and associated network identity services.

May 18, 2006 by

SBS adds server muscle to World Cup defence

Broadcaster SBS has beefed up the infrastructure behind its World Cup football Web site as Australia's participation for the first time since 1974 is expected to generate unprecedented levels of online traffic. The lead Web developer of SBS' digital media division Rebecca Smith said the qualification alone of Australia's national Socceroos team had caused a spike in interest in SBS' "The World Game" site.

May 10, 2006 by

Right or wrong about 2005?

Rising spam and competition for maintenance revenues this year were correctly foretold by tech soothsayers, but cracks in the crystal ball have surfaced for Net telephony and desktop Linux.

December 4, 2005 by

Redmond Readings

Microsoft has just posted one of the most clearly enunciated brief tutorials I've seen about IP telephony. Here, you get a review of SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), SIP Servers, plus how to configure your IP gateway for basic services as well as multicast conferencing.

October 31, 2004 by

AOL list members hit by e-mail glitch

America Online subscribers who are on Yahoo Groups lists are experiencing glitches and have not received any e-mail from the lists since last week. AOL said Monday that the problem arose late last week when Yahoo did not notify AOL that it had changed its IP addresses on some of its servers, including those that have the Yahoo Groups e-mails.

July 23, 2001 by

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