OOMA Telo’s New Security Features

I was never concerned about my internet safety till Cutegeek got hacked this year. Now I am on the constant look out the for all products with the newest and best internet security options, not just my PC.

Ooma, an online phone and Internet security company, recently announced that they just added new internet security features to its Ooma Telo VoIP Home Phone Service. Ooma Internet Security provides peace of mind by blocking viruses, malware, and phishing attempts. Ooma also uses a cloud-based service powered by ZScaler, to remain cutting edge of Internet security.

Here are some quick facts about Ooma Internet Security:

  • Updates in real time thousands of times a day to instantly neutralize threats
  • Protects all devices on your home network
  • Blocks sites and e-mail links that contain phishing attempts, spyware, or malware
  • Allows you to restrict access to websites with up to 93 content category filters
  • Ensures that all explicit images are automatically blocked from search engine results

Ooma uses an advanced voice compression algorithm that reduces bandwidth by 60% over standard VoIP technology. Ooma also prioritizes voice packets without slowing down the rest of your network so you can have crystal-clear calls even while uploading video clips. Ooma’s algorithms detect packet loss on your Internet connection before you even hear it and automatically deploy redundant packets to boost the clarity of your phone call.

Furthermore Ooma uses the same encryption technology governments use to protect classified data. How awesome is that? This is much needed considering the massive amount of hacking going on currently.

Ooma HD Voice technology doubles the fidelity of your phone calls by capturing twice the speech information of a standard voice call. Ooma PureVoice HD technology delivers optimal voice quality, and use the Ooma Mobile HD app to make calls from your smartphone.

The Telo is currently $99.99 with free shipping and can be purchased on their site located here.  If you are looking for a reliable VoIP solution I strongly suggest checking out the Ooma’s Telo.