Networked Applications Assignment

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Running head: NETWORKED APPLICATIONSNetwork Management and ServicesName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s Note
1NETWORKED APPLICATIONSTable of ContentsIntroduction..........................................................................................................................2Technical Overview.............................................................................................................2Background..........................................................................................................................2Deployment and performance issues...................................................................................3Configuration issues............................................................................................................3Reliability and availability...................................................................................................3Security issues.....................................................................................................................4Future application................................................................................................................4Benefits................................................................................................................................5Drawbacks...........................................................................................................................5Advantages..........................................................................................................................5Disadvantage........................................................................................................................6Problems and limitations.....................................................................................................6Socio-technical aspect.........................................................................................................6Conclusions..........................................................................................................................6References............................................................................................................................7
2NETWORKED APPLICATIONSIntroductionThe report is prepared on the topic application of IP phones for IT organization and thetechnical overview of the implementation of the VOIP technology in a small business network isresearched. The deployment and the performance issues faced by the organization for theimplementation of the VOIP technology is researched along with the reliability of the IP phoneswhen compared with the traditional voice communication system. A right VOIP solution shouldbe selected for the transformation of the current business process and implementation offlexibility in the business.Technical OverviewThe voice over IP is the most suitable solution for the large and the small IT companiesand it is a revolutionary technology that can be applied in the business process for reducing thecost of telecommunication [5]. The VOIP technology is used for making calls over the internetinstead of the traditional telephone lines. The dial up or broadband connections can be used forthe implementation of VOIP service and lowering the cost of the company.BackgroundThe current network infrastructure of an organization can be used for setting up the VOIPnetwork ad lowering the communication cost of the business. The different branches of theorganization should be configured for the installation of the IP telephones and there are twotypes of VOIP such as hosted VOIP and premises based VOIP [7]. For the hosted PBX theservice provider is responsible for installation of the IP phones and management of thetechnology required for implementation of the phone service. A monthly fees can be charges by
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