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The Brits are Getting Excited About UC
Focusing on UC for the Contact Center
Buzzing Blogosphere over MS UC Platform
Open Solutions for Rio
Shazamm!
From Russia with Love
Microsoft Continues Court Losing Streak
UC Interest Growing
Nortel/Microsoft Unified Communications (UC) platform
Polycom Releases Impressive Earnings
UC for Rich Media
Polycom Expanding Relationship with Microsoft
Making Unified Communications Work for You
ShoreTel Reducing UC Costs with New Suite of Apps
Here Comes the Sun (Alongs side Mitel)
Leveraging the IMM Platform
Does Unified Communications Defy Definition? Huh?
Polycom's Schooling the Global Unified Communications Space
More Money, More Money.
Unified Communications, Who Needs It?
Sipera Systems Adds New Top Exec
Are Presence-Aware Applications on the Rise?
SpinVox Makes Foray into Unified Communications Market
Around the Clock Unified Messaging
Hitachi Deploys ShoreTel UC solution
Controlling to the Borders
And the Bronze Goes to...
Microsoft/Yahoo! Unification?
Master Unified Communications
It's Big Overseas, Really!
Putting the Pieces Together at Jigsaw
BT and SPIRIT
Interactive Intelligence Recertified to Standard
Siemens Announces OpenScale
Small Business Phone Service Based on GIPS
Juniper Delivers New Switches
New England Unifies Its Team!
Strengthening Unified Communications
Building Bridges
BIg Crowds Mean Lots of Announcements at ITEXPO
The Deal on SIP
Truly Unifying!
The IP Contact Center Market
Future Trends in IP Communications!
George Daddis of Allworx Talks VoIP
Polycom Gearing Up for Big Week
Making the Business Case for VoIP at ITEXPO
ITEXPO’s Reseller Solutions Day
More from Polycom...
Polycom Continues Run of Innovations
HD Voice Making a Splash in Numerous Quarters
The World's Ultimate IP Communications Conference is Almost Here!
Still Waiting for UC Revolution?
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Does Unified Communications Defy Definition? Huh? (1)
Rick McCharles wrote: Hype and lack of UC definitions have been a pet peeve of mine for a while. I have defined UC as: An evolving communications technology architecture which automates and unifies all forms of human a...[Full comments on Does Unified Communications Defy Definition? Huh?]