Would you like to purchase the ebook of "Seven Deadliest Unified Communications Attacks" for 50% off? or maybe even 60% off? As I mentioned before, the folks at O'Reilly are now selling the ebook of 7 Deadliest UC Attacks and they have a promotion going on today:
Save 50% on all ebooks and videos at oreilly.com - and save 60% on all orders over $100.
Here's a great chance to help learn more about how to secure Unified Communications / VoIP systems - or to buy this book for someone you think would like to learn more on the subject.
The awesome aspects about ordering ebooks directly from O'Reilly include:
- DRM-free - you can read the ebook on as many different devices as you want... and you don't have to mess around with silly licensing systems.
- Multiple formats - you can download the book in ePub, Kindle, PDF.
- Free lifetime access - you don't have a limit on when you can download the book and you can always go back in and get it.
- Free updates - whenever there are updates to a book you get a notification and can easily download the update.
All around it's just a great system for working with ebooks... and yes, I'm an author for them so you might expect me to say this, but I'm also a consumer who purchases ebooks and I like their system better than any of the other ones out there that I've tried.
I'll note on the "Free updates" part - I don't yet have any current plans to update "Seven Deadliest UC Attacks" (unlike my "Migrating Applications to IPv6" book that will see an update in 2014) but if I do work on an update at some future point, ebook purchasers through O'Reilly would be the ones to easily get an update (versus print or ebook through other systems). And you will get updates for any other ebooks you purchase.
It's a great deal - and I'd encourage you to stock up on ebooks from O'Reilly's site today!
P.S. To comply with full disclosure requirements: the links in this post are affiliate links - I will make a tiny amount of money if you purchase any ebooks after following these links... but that's not why I'm writing this post.