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Secure Inclusion of Phones Into Online E-meetings

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Secure Inclusion of Phones Into Online E-meetings
Online Internet based e-meetings for synchronous communication is becoming more and more common and the need for secure communication is a strong requirement from both corporate and private users. At the same time not all users can always be available via the Internet and as phones (fixed and mobile) are still the dominant communication method there is a need for general inclusion of phones into online e-meetings, without compromising the security of the online session. This paper presents an architecture supporting three different scenarios for including normal phones into e-meetings, and at the same time keeping the security of the session intact. It is also shows how an e-meeting portal is used for simple inclusion of phones into e-meetings even if the inviting client is behind a NAT gateway or a firewall.
Peter Parnes
Added 31 Oct 2010
Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where MMNS
Authors Peter Parnes
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