Businesses now realize that their communications infrastructure can be crippled instantly. This work looks at technologies that both help keep connections up with the outside world and uses communications itself to prevent employees from physically getting in harms way. Topics include audio, data and videoconferencing, telecommuting, wireless communications, uninterruptible power systems, disaster planning and recovery, using both the Internet and the telephone network for voice communications, wireless LANs, and distributed systems.
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Author Biography - Richard Grigonis
Richard Grigonis is senior technical editor of Computer Telephony magazine. The winner of several programming awards, Richard has also designed and implemented complete LAN and business systems. He has also advised foreign governments on computer telephony and call center technology.