Over the last few years communication technology architecture has evolved to automate and bring together all forms of communication devices.
Today the ever-changing potential of unified communication includes the integration of fixed and mobile voice, e-mail, instant messaging, desktop and advance business applications, Internet Protocol (IP)-PBX, Voice over IP (VoIP), presence, voice mail, fax, audio, video, web conferencing, unified messaging and unified voicemail and whiteboarding.
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Pembina Trails School Division, which has more than 2,000 staff at 34 buildings, is using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) version of ObjectWorld Communications Corp.’s Unified Communications Server. Is SIP the new USB
When Release 2 of Office Communications Server 2007 comes out in February, Microsoft will move closer to its goal of offering an almost complete IP-PBX. Industry analysts say Texttraditional PBX makers will have to adapt
It’s clear that unified communications is the buzzword du jour. There’s just one small catch: What, exactly, is unified communications?