Telemanagement: February 1, 2002
News | 02/01/2002 5:00 am EST
IP PBXs are starting to look serious, but technology alone isn't enough
With a new owner and new products, Canada's #2 PBX company wants to lead a revolution
Advance planning for IT and network changes smoothed the way for combining three major Toronto hospitals
Comparing alternatives and getting the best contract
"If a wireless LAN is not properly secured, it's as though you have a network jack into your corporate network available out on the street"
North American Area Codes listed in numeric and location order
After a false start in 1999, Nortel Networks is now shipping a full-featured client-server PBX
Telemanagement editor finds that 2.5G works "very well indeed"
Sometimes an RFP isn't the best solution
Can the CRTC change a signed contract?
Author has a narrow view of management structure
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