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April 21, 2008  1:36 AM

Guest on IMI-TechTalk Radio Show

Posted by: Tony Bradley
IMI-TechTalk, KFNX, Microsoft, radio show, ResponsePoint, Tony Bradley, UC, Unified Communications

Over the past couple of years, I have appeared as a guest on the IMI-TechTalk a number of times on a variety of technology and security subjects. This coming

April 20, 2008  2:48 AM

Microsoft Expands Alliance With Wipro

Posted by: Tony Bradley
India, Microsoft, UC, UCC, Unified Communications, Wipro

Microsoft has expanded their alliance with India-based Wipro Technologies. Microsoft and Wipro announced the creation of two Centers of Excellence in India, one in Bangalore and the other in Mysore. The Centers of Excellence, which both Microsoft and Wipro have invested in heavily, will focus on...

April 11, 2008  3:49 PM

Power Users Push UC Envelope

Posted by: Tony Bradley
instant messaging, Qik, SearchUnifiedCommunications, Skype, streaming video, Twitter, VoIP

Companies are typically slow and cautious to adopt new technologies. That is partially a function of due diligence and testing to ensure that any new technology or application will function properly and provide value before committing to adopting it. The larger the enterprise, the slower the...

March 31, 2008  8:57 PM

Microsoft ResponsePoint

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze, Joe Schurman, Microsoft, ResponsePoint, SMB Nation, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

In a past life, I managed a PBX system. I was thrust into one of those jack-of-all-trades IT positions where I was basically tasked with deploying, administering, troubleshooting, and maintaining anything with a plug. From...

March 25, 2008  7:31 PM

Evangelyze Achieves Unified Communications Specialization

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze, Gold Partner, Joe Schurman, Microsoft, Partner of the Year, Unified Communications

Evangelyze, a Microsoft Gold Partner, was recently awarded the Microsoft Partner Program, Unified Communications Competency Specialization. The

March 25, 2008  4:26 AM

Microsoft Introduces ‘Roundtable’

Posted by: Tony Bradley
LiveMeeting, Microsoft, Office Communications Server 2007, RoundTable, UCC, Unified Communications

Conference calls don't always suffice for getting business done. It's great to get multiple parties on the phone sharing ideas and collaborating on a common goal, but sometimes you need visual...

March 23, 2008  3:12 AM

Microsoft and IBM to Test Interoperability

Posted by: Tony Bradley
IBM, interoperability, Lotus Sametime, Microsoft, UCC, Unified Communications, VoiceCon

In my last post, I mentioned that the lack of standards and platform interoperability was one of the biggest issues for early adopters of Unified Communications technologies. Microsoft and IBM are two of the biggest players in the Unified Communications arena. Microsoft is aggressively pushing for...

March 12, 2008  3:12 AM

Microsoft and Nortel Strengthen UC Partnership

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft, Nortel, Office Communications Server 2007, Office Communicator 2007, SIP, UCC, Unified Communications, VoIP

Officially, Microsoft and Nortel have been buddies on the Unified Communications front for over a year and a half. Prior to now, however, the partnership was more rhetoric and lip...

March 10, 2008  2:47 AM

Unison Offers Unified Communications for Linux

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Linux, Microsoft Windows, SIP, UCC, Unified Communications, Unison, VoIP, Windows Vista

Unison has developed a free unified communications suite built on Linux. The suite, which includes VoIP telephone capabilities, email, and instant messaging, is affectionately named "Unison". The Beta version is available for free now. There is a Windows client application. While the server portion...

March 1, 2008  4:41 AM

Microsoft and Cisco Fight For UC Dominance

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cisco, Microsoft, Office Communications Server 2007, Office Communicator 2007, UCC, Unified Communications, VoIP

When unified communications was still but a gleam in the eye of its creators, Microsoft and Cisco became mortal enemies jockeying for supremacy. At one point, they shook hands and promised to play nice, but now that seems more like some sort of calculated attempt at gaining inside knowledge on each...

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