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June 3, 2008  3:13 PM

Nortel Partners With SecureLogix for Voice Security



Posted by: Tony Bradley
ETM System, Nortel, SecureLogix, Security, UC, Unified Communications, VAR, VoIP

Nortel has formed an alliance with SecureLogix to enable Nortel VAR's to market and sell the SecureLogix ETM System and other security services in conjunction with Nortel's new Voice Security Services offering. Adding to the arsenal already...

May 31, 2008  1:28 PM

D-Link Takes on Cisco for UC Switching



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cisco, D-Link, Microsoft, Response Point, Switches, UC, UCC, Unified Communications

D-Link, an established name in consumer wired and wireless networking, is targeting rival Cisco to deliver switching solutions for unified communications. D-Link is one of the primary partners with Microsoft for...


May 31, 2008  12:47 PM

Microsoft Brings UC to Mac



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Evangelyze, Joe Schurman, Mac, Mac Messenger 7.0, Microsoft, OCS, OCS 2007, Office Communications Server, Office Communications Server 2007, UC, UCC, Unified Communications

If you are a Mac user, as an ever-increasing percentage of you seem to be, you may be feeling left out of the unified communications revolution. As Microsoft, Cisco, Avaya, IBM, and a host of smaller players all vie to establish their share of the UC pie, the Mac operating system has been largely...


May 31, 2008  12:36 PM

Microsoft ‘Echoes’ Aims to Get Rid of Phone Numbers



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Echoes, Live Messenger, Mary-Jo Foley, Microsoft, Mobile device, presence, sync, UC, Unified Communications

In a recent post on the 'All About Microsoft' blog at ZDNet, Mary-Jo Foley describes an ambitious plan already in the works from Microsoft that seeks to eliminate the need for phone numbers. The project, codenamed 'Echoes', is being developed...


May 31, 2008  12:24 PM

Monitoring OCS Certificate Expiration



Posted by: Tony Bradley
certificate, Evangelyze, Mike Stacy, OCS, Office Communications Server 2007, UC, UCC, Unified Communications

Certificates are a key component of enabling communications between the various components of Microsoft UCC implementation. The OCS server maintains certificates with the various servers in order to facilitate secure communications. Having the certificates expire unexpectedly means losing...


May 31, 2008  12:16 PM

Global Connect 2008



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Dallas, Global Connect 2008, Nortel, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

This is admittedly very short notice, but in my defense I just learned of this conference myself and its in my 'back yard' so to speak. The Global Connect 2008 conference is being held at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, TX near...


May 12, 2008  3:33 PM

OCS 2007 R2



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Microsoft, OCS 2007, OCS 2009, Office Communications Server, Q4, R2, release, UCC, Unified Communications, update

There is a rumor in the blogosphere that Microsoft may release an update to Office Communications Server 2007 this fall. The next major release of Office Communications Server is expected to be OCS 2009. However, according to at least one...

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May 10, 2008  12:38 PM

Microsoft OCS Meets Blackberry



Posted by: Tony Bradley
BlackBerry, Microsoft, Mobile, OCS, Office Commmunications Server, UC, UCC, Unified Communications

The Palm Pilot started the handheld PIM (Personal Information Manager) trend, but the RIM (Research In Motion) Blackberry handheld is the device that revolutionized information management by merging it with a mobile phone and incorporating enterprise email on the go. Unified communications seeks to...


May 8, 2008  12:36 PM

Nortel Delivers UC For Government



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Application Server 5300, Department of Defense, DOD, government, IPv6, Nortel, Security, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

Companies generally have confidential information- financial projections, intellectual property, trademarked secret formulas, etc. But, the magnitude of secrecy and the need for confidentiality pale in comparison with a government, especially the United States government. Nortel has developed a


May 8, 2008  2:28 AM

Avaya Adds Speech Recognition to One-X



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Avaya, communicator, Mobile, One-X, speech recognition, UC, Unified Communications

Avaya's flagship unified communications platform, One-X Communicator, now has speech recognition as well. One-X offers a flexible and versatile interface for unified communications,...


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