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Celtics, Nets Score With Unified Communications
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12/3/2012 | 10:44:08 PM
re: Celtics, Nets Score With Unified Communications
Unified communications seems like one of those areas that is a good fit for cloud. You have: A. Expensive hardware. B. users who all have smartphones & plenty of ways to communicate if the office phone (SaaS) system is down, and C. one of those techs where it's not so easy to explain to the CFO why it's in-house. I have to wonder if, given a green field, Wessel wouldn't make a different call.


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