Explore telephony and VoIP integrations.
- [Instructor] Every organization needs to have access…to a phone system in order to conduct their business.…There are two types of phone systems available today,…traditional PBX systems and the newer voice over IP systems.…Private Branch Exchange or PBX systems…are an older technology that consist of analog phone lines.…The newer phone systems rely upon…Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP…which is completely digital.…While there are advantages to both types of systems,…businesses are moving more and more…towards using digital systems…because of their decreased costs.…
Traditional PBX systems do have some advantages though.…First, they're separated from the data network…which can prevent eavesdropping from occurring.…Second, long distance toll fraud can only occur…if physical access is gained…or the maintenance ports are left unsecure on these systems.…Third, to conduct a denial of service…against a traditional system,…an attacker would have to physically cut…the wires leading into it.…On the other hand,…the utilization of a VoIP system has several benefits…
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