The unified communications puzzle has come together via video conferencing and various messaging technologies.
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Avaya Video Collaboration Solution for IP Office is a simple, affordable yet comprehensive desktop, mobile and HD room-system video collaboration capabilities designed specifically for the SMBs.
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Avaya is hoping to entice smaller enterprise teams and organizations with a new suite of video tools that require little to no IT help whatsoever.
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Microsoft is rolling out, as promised, the first of its Lync-to-Skype integration capabilities, with more features and platform support to follow.
The company was created by former Yammer employees Jim Patterson and Zack Parker.
Switch from one device to another without losing connection or switching headsets.
Google is moving away from supporting XMPP, aka Jabber, the open-messaging protocol, because of its lack of broad support and its use by spammers.
Microsoft has released a new version of Skype, its popular VoIP program, for Linux.
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