Kristopher Januszajtis-Neale

Kristopher is the VoIP access product manager at Colt. He has over 10 years’ Voice and Unified Communications experience. He has had engineering and commercial responsibility for launching Europe’s first consumer VoIP service provider and the world’s first mobile VoIP operator. He is a well-known and a respected figure within the IPT and UC Industry, and an advocate of open standard communication protocols and applications.

Delving into the trends for IT convergence for 2015

09 Dec 2014

Every year, leading enterprise IT commentators make their year-ahead predictions, and 2015 is no exception to the rule. Forrester analyst David Johnson states that 2015 will see the rise of human science and technology converge. In his view, firms which…

The Voice Challenge for Multinationals

05 Nov 2014

In previous blogs I’ve spoken about the increased adoption of SIP Trunking, as organisations look to move towards a single converged IP infrastructure, and move away from traditional voice line services. In this post I explore some of the specific…

Dialling emergency services from your SIP trunk – don’t get caught out

22 Aug 2014

My previous blog posts have looked at the rise of SIP trunking, protecting your SIP trunk in the event of a disaster and securing your SIP trunk from unwanted cybercriminals. I now want to look at another important aspect to…

Securing your SIP – it’s easier than you think

16 Jul 2014

Security is always a hot topic when it comes to a company’s infrastructure and systems, particularly when customer data is concerned. With the rise of internet-based services, we are seeing an upsurge in the number of businesses in the UK,…

Protecting your communications against the unexpected

09 Jun 2014

In the digital age of emails and Skype, is voice still relevant? The answer is, of course, yes. Voice calls are still the lifeblood of most companies around the world, especially if there is a sales or support aspect to…

The rise of SIP Trunking

06 May 2014

As one of the most important aspects of a company’s infrastructure, it is imperative that its communications systems can support employees in their day-to-day activities. Employees need to be able to communicate with each other across offices, and even countries,…