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Office Headsets

I have written a few times in the past about TMC’s channel program and the fact we have built over 100 business to businesses (b2b) communities in the communications and technology space.   The communities are news-based and are designed...

Vista Reseller Webinar

I just noticed a webinar helping VARs who focus on reselling Microsoft Vista. I thought this may be of interest to resellers and worth passing on. The webinar is hosted by CMP and the details are here....

Sender ID Update

Here are some details on the Sender ID framework which may become important as ISPs increase their e-mail filtering. Here is an excerpt from the article:   Reputation is based on behavioral factors such as the amount of traffic sent,...

Blackberry Attacks Microsoft

RIM is offering it’s mobile device software on other platforms such as Windows Mobile and the question on most people’s minds Is probably “Why?” After all, Windows Mobile devices already do pretty much everything Blackberrys do and in many cases...

Microsoft Unlimited Potential

Bill Gates is on record as ridiculing the $100 laptop earmarked for third world children… The reason he disliked the device is because the specs did not measure up to what he thought such a computer should and could be....

Vonage Voicemail Transcription

At CTIA a few weeks back I heard Vonage will offer a voicemail transcribing service soon but I was sworn to secrecy. As you may know I have been writing about voicemail transcription a great deal lately. I thought I...

Microsoft Gives Away Exchange 2007

In the last seven years or so the adoption of open-source solutions has been breathtaking and Microsoft is not sitting on the sidelines watching this happen from afar. They have to be concerned about Linux and myriad open-source software...

Voicemail Transcription

I am not sure what the category of product is that converts voicemail to e-mail but I suppose voicemail transcription covers it nicely. Recently wrote about SpinVox and how the company converts voicemail to e-mail automatically.   I am in...

Google Buys DoubleClick

Google reached an agreement today to purchase DoubleClick for $3.1 billion according to the New York Times. This is a significant accomplishment for Google as Microsoft too was interested in acquiring the display advertising server company.   DoubleClick serves the...

H1-B Visas

The US has a chronic shortage of technology workers. Sure the job market has gone up and down over the past decade but today, we need more tech workers at various levels and it seems being a programmer or engineer...

Esna Technologies

When you think about unified communications you probably think of the big software or hardware companies. These are the organizations making the biggest splash in the UC area.   But we all know about the big boys. What is really...

Unified Communications Magazine

In case you missed my past blog entries regarding SIP Magazine becoming Unified Communications Magazine, consider it official… The change has begun and we are working on the look and feel of this new publication. It should be different than...

Response Point

In case you weren’t aware, Microsoft unveiled a small business phone system recently called Response Point. TMCnet’s Tom Keating has a well thought-out blog entry on what Microsoft is doing as well as a bit of history on Microsoft and...

Cisco's Real Strengths

Cisco’s incredible strength comes from being able to leverage its strong brand and enourmous salesforce to sell virtually every sort of product in telecom and datacom. This report makes it seem like the outlook for the competition is bleak.  ...

Hosted Unified Communications

Recently Microsoft and Nortel expanded their efforts to bring unified communications to the world. In this case, they have tackled the tough job of bringing unified communications to service providers who will in turn be able to bring UC to...

Yahoo! E-mail

One of the most interesting parts of the technology space is actually the hosted e-mail market, where Yahoo!, has recently done something amazing with their e-mail product allowing you to have infinite storage. Now there was a time when Google’s...

ObjectWorld

Recently I had a chance to meet with executives at Objectworld and I couldn’t help but walk away impressed with the technology the company has developed. Their two products consist of CallAttendant which allows you to connect your existing PBX...

Cisco Purchases WebEx Podcast

Here is my audio podcast on the Cisco acquisition of WebEx. There are many positives here and lots of interesting perspective and I kept it to a few minutes. I hope you like it....

Nuvoiz

Unified Communications for the Mid-Market There is no question the unified communications market will increase the value of communications vendor offerings but there seems to be lingering questions as to which sector of the market – large—medium or small will...

Microsoft Acquires Tellme?

On my way into work this morning I saw two things. An amazing sunrise and a flock of geese flying. As far as the sunrise goes, I tried desperately to get my phone to take a picture of it so...

Dialogic & Aculab Focus on Growth

Please enjoy the April 2007 Publisher’s Outlook from IMS Magazine:   ---------   DSP Resource Board Vendors Expand Focus   The last few weeks has seen an explosive amount of news in technology and communications and trying to justice to...

Huge News Coming From Plantronics

I recently met with Plantronics executives and they were basking in the glow of being market share leaders in the bluetooth space. They were very happy with this achievement and were further excited to tell me about how they see...

Vista Analog Hole

George Ou over at ZDNet a past speaker at ITEXPO has some great analysis of a Vista security hole that is basically a backdoor left open by the new operating system’s ability to recognize spoken commands. Microsoft is downplaying the...

IMS: Are We There Yet?

Here is my unedited Publisher’s Outlook for IMS Magazine for February 2007. I start this column thinking about the most recent TMC IMS Expo last week in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The takeaway for me from this event is that the...

The Real Unified Communications Relationship between Microsoft and Nortel

The Real Unified Communications Relationship between Microsoft and Nortel   With all the IP communications industry focus on ITEXPO last week it was difficult to get a chance to share my thoughts on happenings from the prior week –...
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