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Integrate Fax Services into IP Networks
Fax Printer Scanner

Fax usage decreases from year to year. More and more companies are uninstalling their fax infrastructure. Other companies replace pure fax machines by so-called multifunctional devices. The article describes integration variants of analog and digital fax machines as well as multifunctional devices into IP networks.

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Improve Collaboration by Unified Communications – Part 2/2
Meeting

Video conferencing is becoming increasingly important for unified communications solutions. This part specifically describes the use of video technology. Part 1 of this article series describes different tools for team collaboration.

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WLAN – What Infrastructure Is Required?
WLAN

WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks) use radio transmission techniques. This makes them more flexible than their wired equivalents. You will learn in this article how the technology developed in the past and will develope in the future. Important necessary components and services are described.

WLAN – What is it?

Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is a radio transmission technology mainly for mobile inhouse communication.

Historical Development

The predecessor of today’s wired Ethernet network was a radio transmission technique that used universities to exchange…

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