Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Unified Communications posted in August 2008
Cisco Buys PostPath, Targets MS Exchange
Commentary  |  8/27/2008  | 
Cisco today announced that it's acquiring PostPath, a vendor that makes a messaging and collaboration server, for $215 million. It's a shot across Microsoft's bow.
Avaya Plus Tandberg?
Commentary  |  8/21/2008  | 
In what is probably the first really interesting consolidation rumor I've heard in a long time, there are reports that Silver Lake, the private equity firm that owns Avaya, has approached Tandberg about acquiring that video-focused vendor.
IBM's Pseudo-Secret Grid Strategy
Commentary  |  8/19/2008  | 
Vendor's recently purchased XIV technology sneaks out under the radar
Microsoft For Corporate Telephony?
Commentary  |  8/18/2008  | 
There's been a lot of buzz over at No Jitter about the most recent Gartner report in the area of IP telephony/Unified Communications, in which Gartner gave a spot in its coveted Magic Quadrant to Microsoft. What drove the commentary was the fact that Microsoft made the Magic Quadrant for Corporate Telephony, an area in which
Rolling Review: Web 2.0 Tools Demand A Cautious Approach
News  |  8/16/2008  | 
Map out security and answer data ownership questions before you deploy.
Voice Over Wi-Fi Holds ROI Promise
News  |  8/13/2008  | 
Want to reduce the king's ransom you pay to your cellular carrier every month? Look to the WLAN.
Consolidation Among UC Vendors
Commentary  |  8/4/2008  | 
Last week's deal for Siemens Enterprise (SEN) solved the vendor's immediate problem of reassuring its customer base that the brand and products would go on, be supported, and form the basis of future strategic activities. That was really Job 1 for SEN last week; now we have to see where it invests and what approach it takes to the North American market. Meanwhile, there remains the question of the enviro

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