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September 20, 2008  4:23 AM

RIM Introduces Blackberry Support for OCS 2007



Posted by: Tony Bradley
BlackBerry, OCS 2007, RIM, UC, Unified Communications

I give credit to Palm for bringing the concept of the personal digital assistant (PDA) to the masses. Research in Motion (RIM) however introduced the revolution of integrating the PDA functionality with a mobile phone which can almost be said to be the beginning of unified communications. Well,...

May 10, 2008  12:38 PM

Microsoft OCS Meets Blackberry



Posted by: Tony Bradley
BlackBerry, Microsoft, Mobile, OCS, Office Commmunications Server, UC, UCC, Unified Communications

The Palm Pilot started the handheld PIM (Personal Information Manager) trend, but the RIM (Research In Motion) Blackberry handheld is the device that revolutionized information management by merging it with a mobile phone and incorporating enterprise email on the go. Unified communications seeks to...


March 1, 2008  4:48 AM

Rogue Wireless Devices Create Security Risk



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11, 802.11n, BlackBerry, iPhone, Mobile, Mobile device, wi-fi, WiMAX, Wireless

Wireless networks can be cost effective and help employees to be more productive, freeing them to move about while still maintaining access to necessary data and network resources. Since the inception of wireless networking though, corporations have struggled with the security implications. With...


February 27, 2008  3:53 AM

Wi-Fi and Cellular Converge To Improve Productivity



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11, 802.11n, BlackBerry, Mobile, Mobile device, Office Communications Server 2007, Office Communicator 2007, SIP, UCC, Unified Communications, VoIP, wi-fi

One of the promises, or benefits, of unified communications is being able to communicate with people where they are when you need them. The concept of 'presence' in Microsoft's UCC (Unified Communications and Collaboration) is designed so that you can tell if a person is available or not, the...


January 29, 2008  6:26 PM

Hyperconnectivity: Accessing the Internet Anywhere From Everything



Posted by: Tony Bradley
802.11, BlackBerry, Broadband, Internet2, iPhone, Mobile, Mobile device, wi-fi, WiMAX, Wireless

At some point in the future, maybe the next generation will simply see the rate of evolution of technology as a given. A normal way of life. On a day to day basis, I don't think that much about it, but when I look back and realize just how much has been invented, and developed in just the past 10...


September 18, 2007  1:12 PM

Is The Perimeter Dead?



Posted by: Tony Bradley
BlackBerry, Mobile, Networking, Security, Securitychannel, wi-fi, Wireless

When it comes to network security, the perimeter has traditionally been the primary defense. Organizations have invested a significant amount of time, money and resources into firewalls and other perimeter security technologies aimed at keeping unauthorized network traffic outside and sensitive...


August 31, 2007  2:45 PM

Microsoft Rumored To Buy Blackberry



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Apple, AT&T, BlackBerry, Google, Microsoft Windows, RIM, Wireless

Actually, the rumor is that Microsoft might be in the market to purchase Canadian-based mobile device manufacturer RIM (Research in Motion), makers of the popular Blackberry communication devices. Microsoft may be...


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