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It is quite surprising that even in 2016 businesses are unfamiliar with Voice Over Internet Protocol, or as it is best known as VoIP. VoIP allows you or your business to make a phone call through a broadband network as opposed to a normal telephone line. This technology came around in the 70’s, although it was more commercially known in the 90’s once software developers got their hands on it.
These days most of us look for a way to connect online without using up our own data plan, sometimes we just want a faster connection with our main option being WiFi. Have you ever walked in to a restaurant, café or even a shopping centre and the first thing you do is search for a WiFi connection? Well, you are not alone!
When internet fraudsters impersonate a business to trick you into giving out your personal information, it is called phishing. The term phishing is derived from the similarity of dangling a fishing rod into water and waiting for something to bite. Phishing emails and websites are extremely difficult to spot so it is important that you keep your wits about you when opening any email, whether it be from a known source or not.