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News Buzz (Updated October 26, 2007)

Microsoft finds Manufacturers Risk Data Theft
Platinax, October 26, 2007
According to the Microsoft Collaboration in High-Tech Manufacturing Survey 2007, manufacturing firms regularly use insecure forms of communication, which places their data at risk of theft.
Software provides Enterprise VoIP Activation Solution.
ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release), October 26, 2007
Operating on xAuthority(TM) multi-service provisioning platform, Enterprise VoIP v3.0 empowers operators to launch differentiated service offerings with customer self-serve experience.
3 has 1bn Messages since Launch
Mobile Today, October 26, 2007
3 has claimed that over one billion instant messages have been sent across its network since it launched the messaging service a year ago.
Vonage Talk Updated with these New Features
ZDNet, October 26, 2007
A quite alert Member of the Vonage Forum named roscopco has detected what sounds to be some important upgrades to Vonage Talk Alpha.
Big, Unified Communications for Small Companies
Small Business Computing, October 25, 2007
Siemens Communications, Inc. has announced HighPath OpenOffice ME, its brand new, built-from-the-ground up unified communications (UC) appliance for small businesses.
IM alright!
CPILive.net, October 25, 2007
Gartner predicts that Instant Messaging (IM) will be the de facto tool for voice, video and text chat by the end of 2011. ‘Presence’ technologies in the enterprise is also expected to go far beyond current capabilities of instant messaging.
Microsoft’s Unified Communications Announcement
NetworkWorld.com, October 25, 2007
Microsoft’s announcements last week about the availability of Office Communications Server 2007, Office Live Meeting 2007, the Office Communicator client and its Roundtable videoconferencing system flesh out Microsoft’s vision for unified communications in a big way.
Microsoft Bets On Facebook Stake And Web Ad Boom
Wall Street Journal, October 25, 2007
The software giant said yesterday that it will buy a 1.6% stake in Facebook, beating out Google Inc. after intense lobbying.
FaceTime Website Security Report, Issued for Third Quarter
WebSite Host Directory (press release), October 24, 2007
Greynet and managed unified communications application for the enterprise firml, FaceTime, has reported 279 IM and P2P threats for its third quarter 2007 cyclical trend continues with expectation of increased threats for fall/winter.
Facebook deal with Google or MS imminent?
MacNN, October 24, 2007
Social networking site Facebook is about to receive its first major investment within the next one to two days…
LGCSB and Eircom to use Unified Communications
Siliconrepublic.com, October 24, 2007
Eircom and the Local Government Computer Services Board (LGCSB) are among the first Irish organisations to begin using Microsoft’s new Unified Communications software, which was officially launched in Ireland yesterday.
Microsoft launches Unified Communications
Sify, October 23, 2007
Microsoft (MS) India today launched its business communications software, MS Unified Communications (MSUC), that will enable its enterprises clients cut down VoIP and conferencing costs by 25-30 per cent.  
IBM ships Lotus Notes & Domino 8
AME Info (press release), October 23, 2007
IBM announced that after two years in development and testing by more than 25,000 businesses around the world, Lotus Notes 8 and Lotus Domino 8 is now available in the Middle East.
Windows Live Suite: Why is this So Hard
IT Management, October 22, 2007
The suite delivers a group of applications that lets you access Hotmail and other e-mail accounts. It also includes a messenger application and photo sharing.
InterCall Announces Support for Microsoft Office Communications ...
Web Services Journal, October 22, 2007
InterCall, a global conferencing provider and leader in collaboration services, today announced it will sell and support corporate deployments of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 and Office Communicator 2007.
Quintum Adds Layers of Support to MS Unified Communications
TMCnet, October 22, 2007
The microsite provides details on the Tenor product line, and its depth and breadth of configurations to fit any office, as well its benefits associated with unified communications, and where to purchase products.
Nortel Expands its Relationship with Microsoft, Dell
NetworkWorld.com, October 22, 2007
Nortel also announced it was expanding its relationship with Dell to allow the hardware vendor to offer its customers in the United States and Canada all of Nortel’s Enterprise products.
Microsoft Makes Unified Communications Call
Computerworld, October 22, 2007
With OCS, companies can centralize hundreds of scattered PBX systems onto just one or two servers.
Developments in the Messaging Services Realm Netspeak
Hindu, October 22, 2007
In addition to the features generally available with popular services such as MSN, AIM, Skype and gTalk, YuuGuu has some innovative tools. The distinct advantage of YuuGuu lies in its facility to share your desktop with other contacts.

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