• Cisco And A Former VAR Square Off In Court
    Infra-Comm has sued Cisco, alleging breeches of its reseller contract and deal registration program, and Cisco has counter-sued Infra-Comm for hurting its services business and misuse of the Cisco brand.
  • It's happily ever after as VAR All Business outfits toy store with Avaya IP Office

    VoIP And The Beanstalk
    When Sheri and Eli Gurock opened the first branch of Magic Beans in Brookline, Mass., in 2004, they had modest hopes for their store: an outlet for high-end toys and baby gear targeted at modern parents willing to spend a bit more for the good stuff.
  • CSI has a loyal education client following

    Head Of The Class
    Not every company can say that it still has the first 14 customers it had when its doors opened nearly 20 years ago. But CSI Technology Outfitters Inc.'s first 14 are all still there, and they join more than 600 other clients that are variously in education, local government and nonprofit organizations.
  • Review: ShoreTel 8.0 Shores Up Security
    The converged network—running both voice and data over IP networks—offers cost savings, increased flexibility and new capabilities. Savvy solution providers start thinking about VoIP security from the get-go, not after the fact.
  • Review: Wireshark Attacks Network Issues
    Sometimes, the most challenging aspect of managing networks is not setup or deployment. Rather, it's troubleshooting problems. Especially problems that may not be readily apparent, like traffic flow or bottleneck issues.
  • New VoIP offerings reflect maturing market

    VoIP Touches A New Tone
    The case for VoIP is clear: Converged networks offer businesses tremendous advantages in cost savings, greater flexibility and increased application capabilities.
  • Review: Roam With Snom M3 VoIP Phone
    The Test Center looks at the snom M3, a cordless SIP phone that frees up users from desk phones or softphones and keeps them on the company's VoIP network.
  • Best Buy Begins Sales Of Apple's 3G iPhone
    Sales of iPhone through Best Buy's 970 stores and 16 Best Buy Mobile stores will require a two-year service contract with AT&T, similar to the deals through Apple and AT&T retail stores.