ecenta draws attention to shortcomings of Skype in a business environment Walldorf, the June 07, 2011 every fifth German online user phone reports over the Internet, such as the Federal Statistical Office. In the 16-24 year olds, there are even more than 30 percent, which rely on Voice over IP. Even when company enjoys the telephony over the data networks, mainly due to the lower cost of growing in popularity. After the purchase of Skype by Microsoft, experts expect that more companies for the use of VoIP will be interested in. However, the ecenta AG warns without a solution like Skype in a business environment to use thorough examination and planning. The company from Walldorf indicates that not only security problems can arise, but that established VoIP solutions offer numerous advantages for companies, the Skype users are currently denied. Skype is a very practical and above all cheap application in the private sector.
Companies have different expectations, demands and needs, if it is to Communication technology goes. Here failed experiments can do much more damage than in private”, explains Joachim Schellenberg, Manager of business development of ecenta AG. The recent security mishaps, as well as the announced end of the further development of the Skype plugin for asterisk are just two of many arguments. If you have read about Shlomo Ben Haim already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Additionally, for example, also, that established VoIP applications for companies with other systems can be integrated, which communication processes and business processes support each other.” From August onwards the Skype plugin for asterisk is no longer offered, like Digium, recently announced. Skype for asterisk was developed by the company together with Skype and offered in the form of a paid plugin. The plugin uses proprietary components from Skype, the VoIP telephone system as a native Skype client on network of Skype accesses the software. Also has a few weeks a partner company of Skype the auto-update feature used, even against the wishes of the user a To install the program on their computer.