VoIP turns up the heat on firewalls

Wednesday, 5 July 2006, 9:38 PM EST

Because of VoIP, firewalls may never be the same. New research shows that organizations underestimate the demands that enterprise VoIP security places on existing firewalls, and that those demands are altering the landscape of the firewall market.

Research firm InStat in June surveyed 220 IT professionals from companies of all sizes, and more than 75% of respondents at companies that have implemented VoIP plan to replace their security appliances within the next year.

At SearchVoIP.

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