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  • Unified communications trends for 2010

    what are the Unified communications trends for 2010? Trends in Microsoft OCS, cisco etc

    Prudvichalasani5 pointsBadges:
  • Office communicator voice chat

    My company recently mandated a switch from Skype to Office Communicator for IM / voice chat. While Skype was never the be all and end all of VOIP, it was at least usable. With Communicator, if one person is talking, everyone else is basically silent (or as good as) so a normal conversation is...

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft OCS SIP and VOIP audio codes mp-124 issues

    we are in a Microsoft OCS SIP and VOIP environment. we are having a couple of issues with our unit.  #1- out bound calls to the PSTN will auto disconnect after approx. 60 seconds. calls to OCS or VOIP phone numbers have no problems. #2- Inbound calls do not ring the analog phone; however,...

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  • Anybody out there using Microsoft OCS?

    I was curious if anyone was using Microsoft OCS to actually run unified communications in their shop. I've heard a lot of high-level discussion about its complexity, its capabilites, etc., but I haven't found anyone actually using it. Is it worth the hassle?

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
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