Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Unified Communications posted in February 2009
UC Integration, ROI, And Direction
Commentary  |  2/26/2009  | 
You've got to position yourself to capture the ROI that you say you're going to deliver with UC.
AT&T Spending $1 Billion For Additional Business Services
News  |  2/23/2009  | 
The money is expected to go toward improving AT&T's virtual private network portfolio and wide area network, and its telepresence, hosting, and digital media services.
Radware Snares Division From Nortel For $18 Million
News  |  2/23/2009  | 
Unless someone makes a better offer, Radware will scoop up Alteon for 0.2% of the $7 billion Nortel spent for the application delivery networking company in 2000.
Why Presence Isn't Perfect For Mobile Calling
News  |  2/19/2009  | 
As presence grows in importance, this is a problem that needs fixing.
Presence: Killer App That Could Be Better
News  |  2/19/2009  | 
Interoperability standards are a good start.
How Companies Are Making Unified Communications Pay Off
News  |  2/19/2009  | 
UC isn't easy or cheap to deploy. But companies can start with cash-saving steps and move to more strategic goals.
UC: All About Predictability
Commentary  |  2/18/2009  | 
I had a chance to chat recently with Henry Dewing of Forrester Research about Forrester's latest UC report, and the conversation quickly turned to ROI.
Skype Headed For Nokia N Series Smartphones
News  |  2/17/2009  | 
The VoIP service would be accessible through the address book of the N97, enabling users to see when their Skype contacts are online and to send instant messages.
So What Is The Value Of Video?
Commentary  |  2/11/2009  | 
As enterprises look for ways to save on travel and to do business internationally in a more effective and cost-efficient manner, video is poised to take off.
The Mobile UC Endpoint
Commentary  |  2/3/2009  | 
Will the smartphone become your only computer, and if so, what are the implications for the enterprise-in terms of cost and security, among other issues?


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