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November, 2009

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November 25, 2009  8:25 PM

A war of words? Unified communications vs. collaboration



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
collaboration tools, Unified Communications

Is the term "unified communications" already dated? Don Van Doren over at Unified Communications Strategies notes Cisco seems to be pushing lately for "collaboration," and while it's fortunately less of a mouthful,

November 16, 2009  7:23 PM

Cisco gives in to demands of holdout Tandberg shareholders



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Cisco, enterprise video, mergers & acquisitions, Tandberg, videoconferencing

Cisco's newly revised $3.41 billion offer for Tandberg represents a total capitulation to the demands of several holdout Tandberg shareholders who were asking for more money. Cisco...


November 16, 2009  5:15 PM

Videoconferencing consolidation continues: Logitech buys LifeSize



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Cisco, LifeSize, Tandberg, telepresence, videoconferencing

Lost in the hoopla from last week's news that HP bought 3Com was a much smaller deal in the high definition (HD) videoconferencing market. PC accessory company Logitech has bought LifeSize Communicaitons, a six-year-old...


November 5, 2009  7:47 PM

Google Social Search getting closer?



Posted by: Leigha

While not true for many technology segments, bloggers in the unified communications space often post pragmatic, insightful and useful information. However, finding specific information when you need it in the blogosphere is a challenge, but one that Google is trying to address.


November 2, 2009  8:59 AM

Fixed-mobile convergence vendor DiVitas supports iPhone, Android and Blackberry



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
Agito, Android, BlackBerry, Divitas, Fixed-mobile convergence, iphone, Nokia, smartphones

In the realm of dual-mode fixed-mobile convergence (FMC), one of the biggest barriers to broad adoption is the narrow scope of smartphone platforms supported. Agito and DiVitas, the two top independent dual-mode FMC vendors have struggled to come together with some of the platform makers... A big...


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