Spam may be a future threat to VoIP

Thursday, 8 September 2005, 10:14 AM EST

Voice over IP may be gaining ground in the consumer market, but companies are taking their VoIP deployments one step at a time, generally using the technology within the confines of the enterprise network.

Businesses are not too concerned about VoIP security either, according to industry experts. And as long as VoIP communications are within the bounds of the company network, security is a no-brainer, they say.

By Mari-Len De Guzman at Computerworld.

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