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In the realm of digital communications, you could say that gateways are a necessary evil.

[By the way; that’s a gateway as distinct from a router, Proxy server, or some form of gatekeeper or firewall function at an entry/exit point to the network.]

Sure, gateways aren’t wicked or malevolent – like vampires. Come to think of it, though, if it wasn’t for vampires, neither Peter Cushing nor Christopher Lee, not to mention Buffy (who polished off many a vampire), would’ve had much of a career. You’d probably think they’d be inclined to say, “Evil is good!”

So gateways are a necessary evil, which means they’re a good thing. Continue Reading...

A question was recently posted on linked in asking “What impact will the rise of cloud computing have on the service provider market over the next two years”?

It is an interesting question and not necessarily one you may be concerned with…but there may well be some effects that we all feel down track.

Cloud computing can be divided into many sub-groups: infrastructure, platform and software -as-a-service.  And into many industry types – cloud telephony being one such example. 

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Thursday

  • Aculab tweeted, "New Blog: 'The kiss of life for caller authentication' Ian Colville explores the benefits #voicebiometrics bring to caller authentication; how to address common challenges & how to deliver a #secure and efficient CX #VoiSentryhttp://ow.ly/fHAA50v11oB "

Sunday

  • Aculab tweeted, "If you're thinking about adding #voicebiometrics to your contact centre or customer service application, this guide will help with areas such as user enrolment, multi-factor authentication & handling identity claims #CustomerExperience #HearTheDifference http://ow.ly/Fdn150uYuc7 pic.twitter.com/RBOruUpV75"

Thursday

  • Aculab tweeted, "Welcome #VoiSentry from @aculab to the DevConnect Marketplace! VoiSentry is voice biometrics tech that enables speaker verification, cost-effectively, to virtually any telephony-based application. https://www.devconnectmarketplace.com/marketplace/aculab/voisentry …"

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  • Aculab tweeted, ".@aculab voice #biometrics solution now ‘Avaya Compliant’https://www.biometricupdate.com/201906/aculabs-voice-biometric-solution-now-avaya-compliant …"

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  • Aculab tweeted, "Lab-quality voice recordings can be used to accurately identify people diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. These researchers made these assessments more cost-effective and practical by using telephone-quality recordings: https://doi.org/10.1121/1.5100272 … @SomervilleOx @aculab @EdinUniUsherpic.twitter.com/ZoJ9ktJlnW"
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