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February 17, 2009  3:23 AM

Microsoft and Cisco Make Nice…Again



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cisco, IP PBX, Microsoft, OCS 2007, Office Communications Server, PBX, UC, Unified Communications

It is no secret that Microsoft holds a dominant position in the server and desktop OS market as well as the office applications market. However, Microsoft products need networking equipment in order to interconnect and communicate and Cisco has a dominant place in the networking and routing...

February 14, 2009  3:52 AM

OCS 2007 R2 Not Yet a PBX-Killer…Or Is It?



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze Communications, Microsoft, Mike Stacy, OCS 2007 R2, Office Communications Server, PBX, SIP trunking, SmartSIP

At least that is the verdict of this SearchVoIP article by Michael Morisy. I do agree that the recent R2 release of Microsoft Office Communications Server is not...


February 6, 2009  2:23 PM

Finding Tools in OCS 2007 R2



Posted by: Tony Bradley
64-bit, admin tools, Evangelyze Communications, Mike Stacy, OCS, OCS 2007 R2, Office Communications Server, Windows Server 2008

Earlier this week Microsoft launched Office Communications Server 2007 R2. OCS 2007 R2 brings a plethora of new features and capabilities to the powerful OCS 2007 unified communications platform, but also...


February 4, 2009  4:35 PM

Eye on the Unified Communications Market



Posted by: Tony Bradley
desktop, instant messaging, IP PBX, Microsoft, software-based, UC, Unified Communications, vendors

TechTarget's SearchUnifiedCommunications site has launched a new feature called Eye on the Unified Communications Market. This monthly feature will take an in-depth look at a specific...


February 3, 2009  9:21 PM

Understanding OCS 2007 R2 Licensing



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze Communications, licensing, Microsoft, Mike Stacy, OCS, OCS 2007 R2, Office Communications Server

This morning Microsoft held a virtual launch event on the Web to officially unveil the new Office Communications Server 2007 R2. R2 has a whole slew of new features and functions and represents a big leap in the capabilities of OCS, but we'll talk about that another time. The focus of this post...


February 2, 2009  4:06 PM

Microsoft Response Point SP2



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cut The Strings, Harry Brelsford, Microsoft, phone, Response Point, SMB, SP2, VoIP

I am not sure how this snuck up on me, but today is the day that Microsoft is releasing Service Pack 2 (SP2) for their small and medium business phone platform Response...

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February 1, 2009  8:41 PM

Introducing OCS 2007 R2



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze Communications, Mike Stacy, OCS 2007 R2, Office Communications Server, PBX, R2, ShoreTel

Microsoft is hosting an official launch event for Office Communications Server 2007 R2, but the actual RTM code is already available. After testing the OCS 2007 R2 Beta for the past few months and deploying it...


January 30, 2009  6:21 PM

Business-focused Communications Solutions



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze Communications, Joe Schurman, Microsoft Voice and Unified Communications, UC, Unified Communications

In a recent ITWorld.com article, Joe Schurman, Founder and CEO of Evangelyze...

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January 30, 2009  6:10 PM

Five Trends That Will Drive Unified Communications



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IBM, Microsoft, trends, Unified Communications, voice, VoIP

The battle for unified communications supremacy rages on. The players all recognize that this is a lucrative market segment that will continue to grow and they each want to claim as big a piece of the market as they can. Networking hardware and IP telephony hardware vendors like Cisco, Nortel,...


January 29, 2009  2:23 PM

Making Unified Communications Work For You



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze Communications, Joe Schurman, Microsoft partner, SmartChat, SmartSIP, SmartVoIP, UC, Unified Communications

According to a recent study companies continue to adopt and invest in unified communications technologies despite the crippled economy. As


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