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posted in November 2009

Unified Communications Looks to the Sky

11/23/2009
To date, cloud computing has had little impact on the Unified Communications (UC) market. The underlying technology has been slow to fall into place, the cost of these services has been high, the benefits have been hard to pinpoint, and the distribution channel has been weak. Infrastructure providers, such Broadsoft, Cisco, and Microsoft, have been pushing to overcome those barriers and may be close to providing small and medium businesses with more UC cloud options.

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Entuity Shifts Network Management Focus

11/17/2009
Management tools can tell small and midsize businesses a lot about their IT equipment: how much bandwidth is available, who is sending the largest files, and where data flows are slowing down. What many companies are more interested in, though, is which services are available, so Entuity revamped its management suite to deliver such features.

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Cisco Expands Collaboration Platform

11/9/2009
As network technology has spread, collaboration has become the watchword in small and medium businesses. Companies are now exchange information not only with coworkers but also with customers and suppliers. Via acquisitions, Cisco has become a force in the collaboration space and recently added more items to its growing portfolio.

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Polycom Enhances Business Handsets

11/3/2009
As small and medium businesses turn to Unified Communications (UC) applications, flexibility is becoming an important buying consideration. In response, Polycom expanded its product portfolio by providing users with three more business phones.

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DiVitas Broadens its Cell Phone Reach

11/2/2009
The array of mobile devices that employees are carrying has been getting broader. Consequently, DiVitas, a leading supplier of mobile unified communication software, added support for Apples iPhone, Googles Android, and Research in Motions Blackberry to its product portfolio.

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