Articles about Unified Comms
Microsoft starting to roll out the promised video federation between its Skype and Lync unified-communications services.
Microsoft has purchased email startup Acompli, which makes iOS and Android mobile e-mail applications, for an undisclosed amount.
Ericsson plans to deliver a solution called the Interoperability Gateway that will connect the communication networks of Tasmania's emergency services agencies.
Microsoft Corporate Strategy Vice President Jeff Teper talks about Microsoft's thinking on everything from its Minecraft acquisition, to how the leadership team is evaluating what's core to the company.
Microsoft is beginning to beta test a version of Skype that will work from a variety of browsers, and which ultimately will alleviate the need for Skype app or plug-in downloads.
Microsoft is rebranding its unified-communications line-up from Lync to Skype for Business, and is readying the next releases of those products for the first half of 2015.
For business pros that live on conference calls, but also enjoy their content on their mobile devices, look no further than Jabra's new hybrid VOIP headset.
Microsoft is seeking testers for its Skype Translator real-time video translation service, which will be available in limited preview form before year-end.
Today's digital workplace is constantly inundated with new applications and devices, as tech investment also decentralizes. Top technology leaders are seeking an orderly path to improvement, yet the the way forward remains more turbulent than ever. Fortunately, there are perspectives that can help.
Microsoft is rolling out its first version of a new, free video chat app for Android, iPhone and Windows Phone devices that is part of its Skype family.
Microsoft is continuing its work on improving meetings using a variety of its technologies, including Perceptive Pixel, Kinect, Lync and Skype.
Newly available Microsoft desktop Skype clients for Mac and Windows include improvements to chat and file sharing.
As innovation in computing devices, apps, and potent new techniques for applying them proliferate in the consumer world, companies are struggling to close the gap.
MGM Wireless will provide a new SMS notification service to all WA government schools including childcare and learning centres that can be used for attendance management, event reminders, and emergencies.
Research by Avaya indicates that Australian companies are not meeting customer expectations.
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.
Salant reveals how VoIP will save the hotel nearly US$800,000 a year.
Sponsored: Like traditional data networks, voice networks carry their share of security risks. VOIP Watch's Andy Abramson explains "SPIT" (Spam over Internet Telephony) as well as the security concerns that come with VoIP and how to protect yourself.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by VOIP Watch.
Sponsored: Voice over IP: Who's using it, where can you use it, and most importantly,how? Andy Abramson of VOIP Watch runs through the potential of VoIP and how itapplies to much more than just your office.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by VOIP Watch.
Microsoft on Monday outlined its vision for unified communications, with executives Jeff Raikes and Anoop Gupta speaking on the future of integrated business communications. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari was on hand to find out what the company has to offer the business world.
BellSouth's director of Converged Services, Steve Zimba, told attendees at the VON conference in San Jose that many residential customers are still wary of VoIP. CNET News.com reporter Marguerite Reardon asked if VoIP is merely a defensive tool for the telcos.
Mossberg shows ZDNet Editor In Chief Dan Farber a tiny video player from iRiver, a JVC camcorder with a hard disk, a Samsung phone with a 2 megapixel camera and an optical zoom, the Motorola Q handheld and a cordless VoIP phone from VTech in conjunction with Vonage.