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ALSO NOTED: Recording Cisco Call Manager calls; Tekelec's big Ring9 score; and much more...

> Use Cisco Call Manager? Telrex claims to be the first call-recording product to be verified that it can capture encrypted Unified Call Manager VoIP calls.

QUICKLINKS: California puts wireless user protection bill into place; A WiFi camera that scans for electromagnetic access; and

California puts wireless user protection bill into place. Article A WiFi camera that

Cisco: How to select the right VoIP integrator

Cisco's Unified Communication Implementation Adviser Stephanie Carhee has a few tips on how to choose the best VoIP integrator for your enterprise. Apart from the obvious: "Don't just choose your

Big gear vendors back expanded IMS

If you're in the phone business (whatever that is these days) and Verizon Wireless, Cisco, Qualcomm, Lucent, Motorola and Nortel are suggesting a technology direction, you'd best at least pay

QUICKLINKS: Homeland security alerts to include wireless devices by next year; Why hefty throughput is essential to wireless co

Homeland security alerts will include wireless devices by next year. Article The reason hefty throughput is

SPOTLIGHT: Cisco UCM vulnerabilty

Cisco's got a buffer overflow vulnerability in its Unified Call Manager 5.0. On a scale of 1 to 10, Symantec's calling the problem a 10.

QUICKLINKS: Mobile handset makers hungry for WiFi capabilities; Cisco identifies vulnerabilities in its Wireless Control System

Mobile handset makers hungry for WiFi capabilities. Article Cisco identifies vulnerabilities in its Wireless

How to deploy a Cisco Unified Wireless Network

A recent review of Cisco's Unified Wireless Network illustrates the strong integration the vendor is making between its traditional wired network and appliance, controllers and the access points

How to go wireless via Linux

Going wireless using open-source technology is a big challenge in itself, but if you add in a user base of nearly 600,000 spread over nearly 2,000 site locations, it becomes just downright

How to boost wireless network prowess

It's still likely considered on the cutting-edge at this point, but deploying a mesh network is growing in popularity. If you're looking to roll one out in an effort to cut wireless costs, you