Voip and Unified Communications Via Wi-Fi Handset

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Advancement of VOIP and Unified Communications via Wi-Fi Handset
“The technology involved in VoIP software and VoIP information is forever changing and updating”(VoIP Telephony Updates… 2008 -5).

Abstract
This paper gives the information on the VOIP-voice over internet protocol which is the technology that is been used for the voice communications by using the different types of the IP based networks in order to deploy the devices of the VOIP users. The VOIP technology is having different types of the security issues in the VOIP and Wi-Fi along with the security measures. This paper will deal with the VOIP technology, unified communications and Wi-Fi handset.

Table of contents
Chapter 1
Introduction to the research………………………………………………………………6
1.1 Aim
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Introduction
1.4 VOIP deployment
1.5 The threats and attacks in the VoIP System
1.5.1 Spoofing
1.5.2 The interception or eavesdropping
1.5.3 The denial of service
1.5.4 The spam over VoIP

Chapter 2
Literature review……………………………………………………………………………10 2.1 The security methods 2.2 Call Setup and VoIP Registration 2.3 The Protocol selection 2.4 The Mobile VOIP 2.5 The VOIP handset 2.6 The IP telephony 2.7 The Protocols of VOIP
Chapter 3
Research Methodology……………………………………………………………………….15
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Research methodology chosen
3.3 Qualitative research methodology
3.4 Quantitative research methodology
3.5 Research design: Case study approach
3.6 Case study approach
3.7 Data collection methods
3.8 Primary source of data
3.9 Secondary source of Information
3.10 Ethical issues in the research process
3.11 Methodology selected
Chapter 4
Data and Research Analysis………………………………………………………………23 4.1 VOIP technology 4.1.1 MSN Messenger
4.1.2 Google Talk
4.1.3 Skype
4.1.4 Ring Central Online
4.2 Unified Communications
4.3 The necessity of the…...

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