The unified communications puzzle has come together via video conferencing and various messaging technologies.
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Cisco and Mozilla reps declared that the free, open distribution of the codec enables streaming of real-time online video from the browser without plugins.
It's Microsoft musical-management chairs time again. The latest move to monitor: Gurdeep Singh Pall is the new head of engineering and operations for Microsoft's Skype business.
The processor maker has backed a new report that declares, quite simply, "The Internet of Things is an idea whose time has ﬁnally come."
But it wasn't all smiles on the Q3 report as business customer revenue declined annually and sequentially.
Microsoft and Google are both approved to sell 50,000 seats of their respective cloud-office offerings into the U.S. Department of Defense.
Broadcom and ARM are collaborating on a processor architecture optimized for Network Function Virtualization practices.
Microsoft updated its Android version of the Outlook.com app, as well as its Lync clients for iPhone and iPad this week.
Microsoft is rolling out new Skype updates for Android tablets, including the new Kindle Fires, as well as for iOS 7 devices.
The contact center space---formerly known as your lowly call center---is heating up as major players are building themselves up for social channels and positioning as brand managers.
Microsoft has added IMAP and OAuth support to its Outlook.com email service.
Microsoft is working on its 'Cortana' rival to Apple's Siri and Google Now, which will be integrated into all flavors of Windows in the future.
Some people are ao much in a panic about the NSA spying on them that they're going to move their e-mail and cloud services out of the US entirely to "safer" foreign companies.
Telstra has acquired unified communications company NSC to boost its cloud, managed network, security services, and afford it with more contact centre resources.
Microsoft news roundup: New iPad focused ad; Microsoft Tag phase-out; new markets for Skype for Outlook.com and more news of the week.
Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturer has collaborated with Cyberpoint unit, Prescient to make a videoconferencing system which will be available for sale to federal offices, sparking concerns from U.S. lawmaker and officials.