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SMBs can benefit from Microsoft speech recognition-enabled phone

Microsoft will unwrap a speech recognition-enabled phone system Monday designed to give small businesses a flexible alternative to a public branch exchange , the company said.

Case study: Unifying call and customer data

The Hudson Group, a Boston-based application service provider, builds and provides software services for ground transportation companies. The company was looking for a...

Peel board dials up new VoIP

In the age of IP, organizations are getting wise to the ways of digital telephony and how it affects their bottom line.

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Get prepared for convergence

Convergence is supposed to simplify communication for businesses, but it can complicate matters if the enterprise isn

A bright future for IP telephony

In a report called An Exciting Year Ahead, consulting firm SeaBoard Group predicts that in 2005, voice-over-IP (VoIP) products and telephone company hosted VoIP services will go well beyond the early adopter stage and take off. In an interview with Susan Maclean, Toronto-based SeaBoard principal Brian Sharwood explains when and how investing in enterprise network convergence can bring competitive advantages.

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