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May 31, 2009  4:26 PM

Five DRBC Tips For Coping with a Pandemic

Posted by: Tony Bradley
business continuity, disaster recovery, natural disaster, pandemic, remote, UC, Unified Communications

I know I am beating a dead horse. I have two points though in my defense..no wait- three points.

  1. H1N1 / swine flu did not go away. It is not daily headline news anymore, but it is still out there and still spreading. As of this week there are almost 9,000 cases and 15 deaths just in the...

May 28, 2009  4:57 PM

Surviving the Recession: Top 5 Ways UC Can Help

Posted by: Tony Bradley
recession, TechTarget, UC, Unified Communications, virtual seminar, webcast

Shrinking or stagnant budgets are keeping many companies from taking the leap and investing in a full-fledge UC implementation. Do your part to ensure you're spending the smartest IT dollars you...

May 20, 2009  1:51 PM

Evangelyze Communications Revolutionizes UC with SmartSIP

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze Communications, Microsoft, OCS 2007 R2, Office Communications Server, SmartSIP, UC, Unified Communications

SmartSIP is officially here! In the official press release Simon Booth, Director of Research &...

May 8, 2009  2:42 AM

Microsoft Makes Communicator Mobile Available For Java

Posted by: Tony Bradley
communicator, Communicator Mobile, Communicator Mobile for Java, OCS, Office Communications Server, UC

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...

April 28, 2009  3:09 AM

Preventing a Swine Flu Pandemic with Unified Communications

Posted by: Tony Bradley
business continuity, pandemic, swine flu, UC, Unified Communications

The swine flu is now suspected to have hit Italy, Spain, Denmark, the United States,...

April 28, 2009  2:55 AM

12% Annual Growth Predicted for Unified Communications

Posted by: Tony Bradley
cost savings, increase efficiency, market growth, UC, Unified Communications

As this TMCNet.com article on unified communications points out, unified communications is difficult to define as a market in and of itself. The components that make up...

April 28, 2009  2:28 AM

BT Expands OneVoice VPN with Unified Communications

Posted by: Tony Bradley
BT, OneVoice, presence, UC, Unified Communications

BT is expanding their OneVoice voice-oriented VPN service and incorporating unified communications capabilities. OneVoice already allows customers to realize cost savings and make calls around the world, but the new...

April 9, 2009  2:19 AM

BT Extends UC Functionality with Finder

Posted by: Tony Bradley
BT, Finder, Microsoft, OCS, UC, Unified Communications, voice

BT, a leading global IT consultancy and service provider and a key partner for Microsoft Unified Communications, has developed an innovative new tool that extends the functionality of Microsoft Office Communications Server.

April 4, 2009  1:36 PM

Death of the Desk Phone

Posted by: Tony Bradley
cost savings, desk phone, Gurdeep Singh Pall, Microsoft, OCS, Office Communications Server, UC, Unified Communications, Voicecon 2009

At Voicecon 2009 in Orlando last week, Microsoft's Gurdeep Singh Pall, vice president of the unified communications group, pointed out that the desk phone is a 'dead man walking'. Organizations spend an average...

March 23, 2009  4:04 PM

Skype Looks for Enterprise Legitimacy with New Offering

Posted by: Tony Bradley
SIP trunking, Skype, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

Skype has been around for awhile and most people are at least familiar with its existence. Skype was one of the first to popularize the concept of leveraging the global networking capabilities of the Internet, and voice over IP (VoIP) to enable free, or virtually...

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