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posted in May 2006

Microsoft's LCS: The New IP PBX?

5/29/2006
Barbara Darrow reports today that Microsoft will finally clarify its plans next month to turn Live Communications Server (LCS) into a next-generation telephony server. Details are to be released at Microsoft's unified communications event in June....

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An Open Letter to Vonage's CEO

5/25/2006
An Open Letter to Mr. Michael F. Snyder, Director and CEO of Vonage Dear Mr. Snyder, Congratulations on your new position, though in the wake of the yesterday's catastrophe of an IPO I'm not sure anybody's going to be envious...

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Republicans: Government Should Censor the Web

5/11/2006
Should the government be restricting the Web sites we surf? Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick thinks so. According to a news report yesterday, he and fellow Republicans want to extend federal laws that will prevent minors from accessing social-networking sites, such as...

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Verizon's Half-Truths About Net Neutrality

5/9/2006
Yesterday, Verizon warned financial service companies that they may not receive Internet connections with the necessary service quality if the government implements Network Neutrality legislation. Pundits have taken this to be a dire warning. Watch out. Evil Verizon is out...

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Juniper and Google: The Kool-Aid Keynotes

5/4/2006
It should have been a great match up. The Interop folk paired Juniper CEO Scott Kriens and Google's enterprise general manager, Dave Girourd, in back-to-back keynotes. Yet as I listened to both speakers I couldn't get over as just how...

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