Month: January 2017

Introducing Atmosphere® Communications Platform

Today we issued a press release announcing the official launch of the Atmosphere® Communications Platform as a way to combine our world-class enterprise voice services and SIP with our recently acquired cloud contact center offering and direct integrations with Cisco Spark. As you may have noticed, our website has been refreshed to spotlight the new combined…
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IntelePeer Introduces Atmosphere® Communications Platform

Leading cloud communications provider combines cloud, contact center, premises voice into a single platform San Mateo, CA – January 26, 2017 – IntelePeer, a leading provider of business communications including cloud-based communications, cloud contact center, enterprise voice services, and SIP trunking, announced today the launch of its Atmosphere® Communications Platform, combining its world-class enterprise voice services and…
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Is Your VoIP Network As Secure As It Should Be?

VoIP attackers are insatiable, determined to make as much money as possible by enjoying calls on your dime. When it comes to voice over Internet, the importance of a TLS with SRTP deployment can’t be emphasized enough. Not sure what all that means? Let’s break it down: TLS stands for “transport layer security.” It is…
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5 Ways to Secure Your SIP

Toll fraud has very clear, direct, and immediate cost to an enterprise’s bottom line. According to the Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA), 2015 global telecom annual fraud losses were estimated at $38.1 billion (USD). By comparison, the worldwide losses from credit card fraud during a similar period was only $16.31 billion (USD). Whether an attacker…
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Is Your Phone System a Six-Figure Liability Waiting to Happen?

We’ve all become familiar with customer data breaches and reports about online security problems at large retailers. The troubles of Sony, Target, and a number of other big name retailers are, unfortunately, too familiar. More often than not, there’s no one to blame for these data breaches than the companies themselves. But it’s not just…
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