Month: March 2008

Netflix Outage

One of the scariest things that can happen to a site that relies on the internet for its success is
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Facebook Security Breach

As more and more people use Facebook, it is worth noting that more hackers are looking for ways to get
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Airvana Femtocell Win

In the battle to determine what sorts of fixed-mobile convergence solutions will win out — WiFi, femtocell, etc. — it
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LiteScape’s Unified Communications Applications

One of the more interesting unified communications companies is Litescape. They are doing new things in the UC space and
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Calabrio’s Call Center Solutions Advance

The trend towards unification is something you can see everywhere from cellular phones which now include music players, GPS and
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Plantronics Doing Something Big

Plantronics is planning something big. I have discussed this before and they are staying pretty quiet about what they are
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The Talkument Evolution

Have you ever compared an e-mail conversation to one by phone? I can search e-mail conversations and forward them as
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Nortel’s Customer Experience 2.0

Perhaps one of my most interesting vendor meeting as of late was with Nortel where David Murashige VP & GM
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Phybridge Has a new Angle on IP Communications

Sometimes the most simple concepts make for the most incredible opportunities. In a recent meeting with Oliver Emmanual President and
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Mitel and Sun go Green

In the communications space there are a number of companies that tell us they are green and to be honest,
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