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Why the most requested unified communications (UC) feature isn’t even a UC feature

Single Number Reach (SNR) -- the virtual phone number service that allows you to forward a number wherever and regardless of device -- can take your unified messaging strategy to the next level preps for mass Hotmail migration

Microsoft gets ready to transfer Hotmail users to the new Web mail service as preview phase for ends

Nortel, Microsoft, launch four joint UC products

The products include the Converged Office unified communications suite, Multimedia Conferencing, and solutions for branch offices and hosted service providers

A hard look at Microsoft’s Office Communications Server 2007

An exhaustive test of OCS and Exchange Server shows the new unified communications platform is a "breakout" system

Teck Cominco mines IT to create single inbox

The Vancouver firm consolidate its servers and upgrade to a system based on Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. The IS program director explains how it extended what it was already using

Competition and cooperation rife in buoyant UM market

With the surge of interest in unified messaging (UM) technologies among larger enterprises, major contenders have adopted very different approaches to this market.

Unified presence gives firms “competitive edge”

In the enterprise world, implementing a unified messaging (UM) presence isn't a matter of "if" but "when", according to one industry observer.

Microsoft vs. Cisco: Clash of the titans

Think of the great rivalries that you know: good vs. evil; Red Sox vs. Yankees; Microsoft vs. (in order) IBM, Novell, Netscape, AOL, Linux, Google, the Department of Justice, Sun, Sony, the European Commission and now, Cisco.

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