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Articles by Michael Singer
posted in August 2007
The world of VoIP, video, and instant messaging is traveling at such a speed that your request to evaluate competing products may be obsolete by the time you finish reading this sentence.
At VoiceCon, the company announced its new Integrated Communications Package, which lets employees push incoming office calls to a mobile phone or voice mail.
Black & Decker is planning on expanding its Avaya IP telephony infrastructure overseas after success in migrating its communications infrastructure.
At the VoiceCon show this week, new Internet telephony players like Microsoft may upset the competitive equilibrium, according to one analyst.
It's easy if you try... Now Lennon and Beatles fans can wake up from their Number 9 Dream and sing out in unison: "All we are saying... is do you take checks or cash?"
If you're going to San Francisco -- as the song goes -- be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. But you may also want to bring your appetite for enterprise-class IP telephony and software that converges all of those communication devices. Yes, it's VoiceCon time again.
Last month, Motorola shipped its next-generation Linux-based phone for North America -- the Razr2 V8. The follow-up to that launch is the debut of a new development platform the company is hoping will be a big hit with mobile Linux developers.
In two separate events on two sides of the country, smart minds are discussing how to build a better data center. Savvy managers thankfully will be able to filter out the marketing noise and focus in on what makes customers happy: Service.
By shifting to a more virtual environment, eBay has been able to handle the 241 million registered users who post 6 million new items per day.
Bundled virtualization features in Solaris 10 are bolstering the IT industry's server business and may even have a positive impact on the storage sector, if CEO Jonathan Schwartz is to be believed.