Enterprise Instant Messaging (Microsoft Unified Communications , IBM Sametime, Jabber)

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News Buzz (Updated September 7, 2007)

Microsoft Covets Telstra Voice Revenue
The Australian, September 7, 2007
MICROSOFT has signalled plans to target Telstra's $8 billion of annual fixed-line voice revenues as broadband takes over from telephones as the major fixed-line communications service.
LINK Development launches Unified Communications Solution at Gitex ...
MySolutionInfo, September 7, 2007
Software services company LINK Development today launched its Unified Communications solution at Gitex 2007 exhibition. The solution enables enterprises to enhance employee productivity and improve customer service, by integrating various communication tools and facilitating collaboration across virtual teams.
Microsoft Cooks up Five Patches for Next Week
Computerworld, September 6, 2007
Microsoft Corp. today said it will release five security updates next Tuesday -- about half as many as it issued last month -- targeting flaws in Windows, SharePoint, Visual Studio and Microsoft's instant messaging clients.
Wireless VoIP: Innovation Ahead
TMCnet, September 6, 2007
The company enables mass deployment of low-cost, power-efficient, fully-featured multi-mode wireline and wireless devices by providing highly optimized RISC-based VoIP products.
Cisco Targets Collaboration, Developing Markets
InfoWorld, September 6, 2007
Cisco Systems is on target to meet its growth forecast for this quarter and sees big opportunities over the next several years in collaboration technologies and developing economies, executives told financial analysts on Wednesday.
Colibria Introduces New Fully Managed Windows Live Messenger Solution
TMCnet, September 5, 2007
Colibria, pioneers in the field of Mobile Instant Messaging (MIM) and presence solutions, have introduced yet another innovation for operators and service providers -- a new, fully managed Windows Live Messenger solution.
IBM + Novell = New SLED
IT-Director.com, September 5, 2007
IBM and Novell have announced an integrated open collaboration client for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop that includes IBM Lotus Notes, IBM Lotus Sametime and IBM productivity tools…
pfingo is now Free to Go
Hardware Zone, September 5, 2007
The trial results also showed that users were enthusiastic about the pfingo suite of services. pfingoTALK, mobile instant messaging and push email were, in particular, the most frequently accessed applications.
Bouygues Picks Miyowa’s IM Solution
TeleGeography, September 5, 2007
French mobile operator Bouygues Telecom has contracted Miyowa, a developer of a mobile Java version of Windows Live Messenger, to offer an instant messaging service in France via Miyowa’s MoveMessenger technology.
Unified communications: Here at last?
InfoWorld, September 5, 2007
So far, IP communications that follow users across voice, IM, e-mail, and other media have benefited a narrow group. That may be about to change
Enabling Intelligent Mobility Through Unified Communications
Business Wire, September 4, 2007
Unified communications (UC) - integrating telephony, e-mail, instant messaging, unified messaging, mobility, presence, video, audio and web conferencing and collaboration solutions - is revolutionizing the enterprise communications landscape.
ApolloIM Improved, gets Silent Alerts and More
My iTablet, September 4, 2007
Now up to Beta 0.1 stage, it’s reached a point where the team behind it feel it’s actually ready for real use.
Microsoft Declares IM War with Parlano Buy
VNUNet.com, September 4, 2007
Microsoft's recent acquisition of instant messaging vendor Parlano forms the centrepiece of an "aggressive drive" to control the IM market, Gartner noted today.
Speakerphone Works with MS Office Communicator 2007.
ThomasNet Industrial News Room, September 4, 2007
Device connects via USB port to laptop/desktop PC without additional drivers. Features include 2 microphones with 360° pickup and integrated button controls.
Adium X Updated to 1.1.2
O'Grady's Power Page, September 4, 2007
On Monday, Adium X, the open-source instant messaging client with support for multiple programs (including AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo! Google Talk, Bonjour, etc.) was updated to version 1.1.2.
IBM gives Presence a Boost
NetworkWorld.com, September 3, 2007
During the show, IBM launched the next phase of its unified communication and collaboration (UC2) strategy by expanding its IBM Lotus Sametime software with new telephony integration software;
Netsure to be Acquired by Oracle
Technology News Daily, September 3, 2007
Oracle has agreed to acquire Netsure Telecom Limited. Netsure provides communications service providers critical network intelligence and analytics software. Netsure's software has been successfully deployed in tier one operators including Vodafone, Cable & Wireless, and Eircom.
SDA India Magazine, September 3, 2007
iscoord, a maker of integrated IP telephony softphones for IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Sametime claims to have developed the first Java SDK for developing SIP softphone development based on Eclipse.
Sun Throws its Weight Behind SyncML
What PC?, September 3, 2007
Java Communications Suite is a competitor to Microsoft’s Exchange, supporting email, instant messaging and calendar functions.
Bouygues Telecom Selects Miyowa’s MoveMessenger ™ for its Java ...
SourceWire, September 3, 2007
Miyowa, a European leader in mobile instant messaging and entertainment services, today announced that it developed the mobile Java version of Windows Live Messenger™, which has been launched by Bouygues Telecom.
IBM Lotus Sametime Tops Corporate IM Platform Review
NetworkWorld.com, September 3, 2007
The ideal corporate instant-messaging environment lets users communicate anything they choose, from simple typed messages to documents to video.
IBM buys WebDialogs, Expands Sametime Line-up
Computerworld New Zealand, September 3, 2007
IBM has shaken up its web conferencing strategy by adding a hosted option from its acquisition of WebDialogs and expanding Sametime, its on-premise presence and conferencing platform.

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