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February 23, 2010  8:36 PM

Unified Communications Meets Social Networking



Posted by: Tony Bradley
collaboration, Gmail, Google Buzz, linkedin, Outlook 2010, social connectors, Social networking, Twitter, UC, Unified Communications

The email client is generally the focal point for unified communications. Emails go there. Voicemails can be trasncribed into emails, or sent as attachments or links in an email. Instant messaging sessions and phone calls can be initiated. And now, with the addition of Google Buzz and Outlook...

January 31, 2010  8:22 PM

Aspect Acquires Quilogy



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Aspect, collaboration, contact center, Microsoft, Quilogy, SharePoint, UC, Unified Communications

Aspect has purchased Quilogy, a company with established expertise in Microsoft unified communications and SharePoint collaboration, for an undisclosed price. A NetworkWorld article summarizing the acquisition says "Aspect will apply SharePoint directly to contact centers, for example, enabling...


November 9, 2009  5:43 AM

Cisco Launches 61 New UC and Collaboration Products



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cisco, collaboration, Tandberg, UC, Unified Communications, Video conferencing, WebEx Mail

Cisco announced 61 new unified communications and collaboration products today. The massive unveiling demonstrates Cisco's commitment to the concept. A Computerworld...

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October 31, 2009  4:01 PM

Google Wave Isn’t All Sunshine and Lollipops



Posted by: Tony Bradley
collaboration, Google, Google Wave, instant messaging, real-time, UC, Unified Communications

OK. I swear that I am not anti-Google or anti-Google Wave, and I promise not to repeatedly bash Google Wave. In all honesty, I couldn't wait to get my Wave invitation and I am still very excited to jump in and see what its all about. My


May 31, 2009  5:11 PM

Saving Money By Investing in Unified Communications



Posted by: Tony Bradley
budget, collaboration, communicate, cost savings, economy, efficency, investment, productivity, UC, Unified Communications

When is an expense not an expense? When the expense saves more money than it costs. There is a reason that so many organizations are continuing to invest in unified communications deployments. They are laying off workers, freezing pay, and cutting budgets in other areas in response to the recession...


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