Unified Communications: Click to talk

May 8 2009   2:42AM GMT

Microsoft Makes Communicator Mobile Available For Java

Tony Bradley Tony Bradley Profile: Tony Bradley

One of the promises of unified communications is the ability to reach people when and how you need to. Microsoft Office Communicator provides presence, instant messaging, and other capabilities for desktops, and Microsoft extends that functionality to the Windows Mobile platform with Office Communicator Mobile.

Shockingly, not all mobile phones are built on the Windows Mobile platform though. Organizations that rely on Microsoft Unified Communications now have a way to extend the Communicator functionality a little further with Communicator Mobile for Java. Communicator Mobile for Java will work on the Nokia S60, Nokia S90, or Motorola RAZR v3xx and provides the following features and more:

  • View contacts
  • Click to call
  • Presence
  • Search enterprise directory
  • Route calls from mobile phone through enterprise voice
  • Route calls to mobile phone for singe number access
  • Initiate or participate in instant messaging sessions and instant messaging conferences

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