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Broadsoft Connections: Guy Kawasaki and Microsoft’s OCS?

I’m out at the Broadsoft Connections conference in Phoenix, AZ and I’m trying to stay as productive as possible while meeting with senior-level executives at a number of Broadsoft’s partner companies.   The event kicked off with an introductory keynote...

Nortel Looking Forward to Microsoft OCS Launch

I just got back from Texas and had a great meeting with Nortel execs. We talked about SOA, and the evolution of convergence, and of course we spoke at length about unifed communications (UC). Check out my article here. Also...

Latest Unified Communications Survey Results

The latest survey results are in.   Over the past few weeks we have been asking readers to share their views on a broad range of topics regarding Unified Communications. In our latest research survey conducted in partnership with IntelliCom...

Art Rosenberg on UC and the iPhone

Art Rosenberg is taking a Unified Communications and customer service angle in his latest report.   According to Rosenberg:   I have discussed “Consumer UC” in the past as something that will require traditional telephone call centers to get ready...

Unified Communications from CommuniGate

CommuniGate has announced the general availability of Pronto! — an Adobe Flash- and Flex2-based technology that brings together multiple forms of Internet communications and Rich Media, including e-mail, chat, calendar/scheduling, IM, music, video, and more.   According to the company’s...

Sangoma Announces Yate Telephony News

According to Wikipedia, YATE  (or Yet Another Telephony Engine) is a free software telephony server that can be used for applications like PBX, Gateway and IVR solutions. The software is written in C++ and will support scripting in various programming languages.Sangoma...
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