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News Buzz (Updated August 1, 2008)

At the Crossroads: Combining Analog and Digital Telephony
PC World Magazine, August 1, 2008
The VoIP market isn't refreshed as regularly as other technologies, so two-year-old VoIP handsets essentially bear the same functionality as their newer competitors.
What are critical issues with VoIP service?
PC World Magazine, August 1, 2008
Instant messaging (IM) was inevitably going to be a feature of the iPhone 3G experience -- the combination of 3G, a soft keyboard and a brilliant colour
Integrating FoIP and Unified Communications with XMediusFAX
TMC Net, July 31, 2008
Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), e-mail, audio-, video- and Web-conferencing, voicemail, instant messaging (IM), and unified messaging are just some of the key UC technologies used today.
Reuters Replaces IM Compliance Technology
IT Business Edge, July 31, 2008
The dispute centered around FaceTime instant-messaging compliance technology that Reuters had licensed since 2006 to use in its Reuters Messaging Service.
Report: IBM Ranked #1 in Web Portal Software Market
MarketWatch, July 31, 2008
Hundreds of IBM business partners, resellers and other software companies pair IBM's Web 2.0-enhanced WebSphere Portal software with their own information technology (IT) products for a variety of clients worldwide.
IBM Growth in Emerging Markets Fuels Lotus Momentum
CNNMoney.com, July 31, 2008
Other large companies that chose Lotus Notes and other Lotus software over Microsoft products included several leading banks in the U.S., the United Kingdom and Germany, as well as the Australian government.
OoVoo Goes High-Res, Adds Web Client
PC Magazine, July 30, 2008
Also new in version 1.7 is the ability to call users who haven't installed ooVoo, by sending them a link that launches a Java-powered Web version of the software.
China Unicom may postpone development of mobile IM business
Trading Markets (press release), July 29, 2008
The new China Unicom formed after industry restructuring may postpone the development of its mobile instant messaging (IM) business as the technologies of IM products from China Unicom and CNC are not compatible.
IBM Broadens Product Lifecycle Management Offerings to Help ...
MarketWatch, July 29, 2008
By providing IBM Lotus Sametime instant messaging capabilities such as part of the Dassault Systemes V6 user interface, engineering teams can instantly review and collaborate on product changes before resources are expended on manufacturing.
NEC pushes out enterprise UC product to SMBs
CRN Australia, July 29, 2008
Steve Woff, UC business manager at NEC Australia, told CRN that the products will be available through its Australian channel partners.
iPhone's killer 'apps'
DetNews.com, July 29, 2008
The single best feature in Apple's second-generation iPhone 3G isn't the increased speed or the GPS location-finding feature.
snom to Exhibit VoIP Communication Products and Technologies at IP ...
TMCnet, July 28, 2008
The company proposes to include new mobility, unified communications and customer relationship management VoIP solutions at IP Sizzles 2008.
Group think
GCN.com, July 28, 2008
At the same time, Web collaboration at most agencies occurs in the shadow of such legacy applications as IBM Lotus Notes, Microsoft Share- Point and Open Text’s Livelink.
An un-American feel aids expanding US Web firms
The Associated Press, July 28, 2008
People in two populous countries, India and China, are just getting online. The research firm IDC projects worldwide Internet ad spending at nearly $107 billion in 2011, compared with $65 billion this year.
Presence, Human Latency, and Telephone Calls
UCStrategies, July 27, 2008
The complexity of unified communications (UC) has caused enterprise organizations to wonder about what it can really do business operations that is different than before.
Palringo Instant Messenger Comes to the iPhone
ReadWriteWeb, July 27, 2008
Currently there's only one application available that lets you connect to all your IM networks, saving users the time and pain of switching between clients. Here's a look at Palringo on the iPhone.

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