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April 22, 2008  12:47 PM

BroadSoft Adds VoIP to Salesforce.com

Posted by: Tony Bradley
broadsoft, CRM, salesforce.com, UC, Unified Communications, Unified Connector for Salesforce, VoIP, Xtended Program

Broadsoft, a VoIP provider, has developed the Unified Connector for Salesforce, bringing unified communications functionality to Salesforce.com, a pioneer in SaaS (software as a service) and CRM (customer relationship manager). The Unified Connector...

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 18, 2008  3:09 AM

XO Communications and Cisco Work Together

Posted by: Tony Bradley
500 series, Cisco, interoperability, SIP trunking, Smart Business Communications System, UC, Unified Communications, XO Communications, XO SIP

XO Communications' XO SIP has passed interoperability tests with Cisco's Smart Business Communications System. The combination of the 500 series unified communications solution from Cisco, and XO SIP, provides...

April 18, 2008  3:01 AM

Callwave’s Fuze Brings UC to SMB’s

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Callwave, conferencing, email, Fuze, instant messaging, presence, Skype, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

TMCNet's Rich Tehrani recently wrote about a UC offering from

April 15, 2008  1:01 PM

XO Anywhere

Posted by: Tony Bradley
click-to-dial, Outlook, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP, XO Anywhere, XO Communications

XO Communications has unveiled a new service which enables a company to incorporate existing phones and communications technologies into a unified communications solution. XO Anywhere can ring up to 10 numbers simultaneously, allowing a call to be delivered no matter which phone a user happens to...

April 13, 2008  3:21 AM

Wire One Communications Releases One Call

Posted by: Tony Bradley
BT, UC, Unified Communications, Video conferencing, Wire One

Wire One, an established vendor in the video-conferencing arena, just announced the release of One...

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April 11, 2008  3:31 PM

Nortel Leverages Open Source For New SMB Offering

Posted by: Tony Bradley
Dell, IBM, Nortel, SCS500, SIP, UC, Unified Communications

Built on an open source foundation, with the collaboration of the open source community in the SIPFoundry Project, Nortel's new SCS500 (Software Communications System) provides small and medium businesses from 30 to 500+ employees with an affordable unified communications solution. The SCS500 is a...

March 31, 2008  9:05 PM

Nortel UC 1-2-3

Posted by: Tony Bradley
communications, IP, Nortel, PBX, UC, UC 1-2-3, Unified Communications, VoIP

Unless you have been living under a rock the past year or two, you are probably aware that Unified Communications is the hot trend. VoIP is still hot as well, and is a key component of unified communications, but the trend is evolving beyond just moving the phone system from the traditional PBX to...

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...

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