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Personal Contacts Directory

Telephone numbers directory. You can search for people whose birthdays are fall inside a range of Date so that you could call/send...

February 23, 2014 by Aggass

Telstra provides open-source T-Hub code

The nation's biggest telco Telstra has made the open-source software components used to build its T-Hub next-generation home telephone system publicly available, after it was criticised for keeping them private by an Australian software developer last year.

February 20, 2011 by

Red Hat, GroundWork Expand Alliance

As open source management software makes gains, ISV GroundWork Open Source is getting more attention from Red Hat.On Tuesday, the two partners will announce an expanded partnership in which leading Linux vendor Red Hat will now provide 24x7 telephone premium support of GroundWork products and will offer either onsite or online training classes through GroundWork University.

October 29, 2007 by

Microsoft launches Office Communicator 2007

In Office Communicator 2007 and Office Communications Server 2007, Microsoft has completely overhauled its Live Communications family of software. With new PBX connectivity, the new suite pulls the public telephone network into the equation, making it possible for people on landlines and cell phones to join VoIP-based conversations and data conferences. "Presence" detection is also a major theme in the new software suite.

March 26, 2007 by

Active Phonebook

Active Phonebook - Quality software for quick access your Phone Numbers, Address, Reminder, Printing, Tasks, Dialer, Photo, Notes,...

December 26, 2013 by Ahir Software

Defence encrypts whole laptop fleet

Australia's Department of Defence is midway through the process of deploying hard disk encryption technology to its entire fleet of 25,000 laptops, it was revealed today. Defence selected software from Pointsec Mobile Technologies in May for the task, the vendor's local managing director Sandeep Joshi told ZDNet Australia via telephone this morning, noting the software deployment had so far reached some 15,000 of Defence's total of 25,000 laptops.

November 5, 2006 by

Asterisk basics: in six quick slides

I am not  a technical expert on Asterisk, but being fully aware of its gathering momentum as an is a free software / open-source software implementation of a telephone private branch exchange (PBX), I decided to hang out with some Asterisk code jocks for the better of an afternoon. I was much looking forward to a walkthrough of Asterisk, which when implemented, allows multiple attached telephones to make calls to each other, as well as to connect to the Public Switched Telephone Network.

July 30, 2006 by

NetTelephone

NetTelephone, Mobile VoIP SIP Software is the software you need to enjoy high quality calls on your IPhone/IPad or IPod Touch. The...

April 2, 2013 by Tele Wing AB

AlwaysOn: Life after the telephone

Speaking at the AlwaysOn Stanford Summit, George Gilder summed up what he termed "life after the telephone": The essense of what's happening is that software is hardening in the center of the network and hardware is softening on the edge of the network. Hard-wired television and telephony is giving way to the teleputer.

July 27, 2006 by

BT To Brits: Here's A Little Sip of IP

BBC News reports that BT Groupwill offer one year's worth of free Internet telephone calls to the first 50,000 subscribers who sign up for the carrier's broadband servicefrom nowthrough December 31.The calls will go through BT Communicator, which is BT's Internet telephony software.

November 11, 2004 by

IDC: Integration software market to grow to $5 bln by 2007

According to a recentlycompleted IDC telephone survey of over 750 IT managers in North America, 17% of respondents are currently using their 'freestanding' application/integration server software to automate business processes. IDC believes this trend will drive application/integration server software market growth in 2004 as an additional 14% of respondents indicated similar plans tobegin next year.

December 22, 2003 by

IBM, Openwave call on 'speedy' phone services

IBM and wireless software maker Openwave unveiled a 10-year development agreement Monday to upgrade equipment that IBM sells to telephone service providers. The two companies want to enhance IBM's Service Provider Delivery Environment, or SPDE (pronounced "speedy"), which is the latest example of so-called "mobile middleware" created so telephone companies can offer new services to customers without the typically expensive and lengthy network upgrades. IBM plans to incorporate into SPDE most of the wireless messaging software from Openwave, which also makes the Web browser now inside tens of millions of the world's Web-enabled cell phones, IBM General Manager Adel Al-Saleh said. Openwave products let phones send and receive different types of e-mails, including some with photo attachments. --Ben Charny, Special to ZDNet News

May 7, 2002 by

Nokia invests in banking on the run

Handset maker Nokia stepped up its march into the mercurial world of mobile banking on Thursday. The world's leading handset maker announced its involvement in a software package that lets banks offer customers mobile-telephone access to checking accounts and stock portfolios.

November 29, 2001 by

Nokia puts money on mobile banking

The handset maker partners up on software that lets financial institutions offer mobile-telephone access to accounts. But despite customer demand, the banks may not be buying.

November 29, 2001 by

Qualcomm adds to partner brew

Qualcomm's entry into the wireless software wars won another 18 developer converts last week, including one of Korea's largest telephone service providers and four more device makers.

April 15, 2001 by

Qualcomm brews software deals

Qualcomm's entry into the wireless software wars won another 18 developer converts Friday, including one of Korea's largest telephone service providers and four more device makers, the company announced. These companies, including Hyundai and LG electronics, signed non-binding memos with Qualcomm to work on a software development effort called BREW, which the chipmaker introduced in December.

April 12, 2001 by

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