Unified Messaging News
December 15, 2004
IDC cites firms offering unified messaging, in-flight cell phones and a tool to parse wireless bills among those poised for success in 2005.
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Unified messaging (sometimes referred to as the unified messaging system or UMS) is the handling of voice, fax, and regular text messages as objects in a single mailbox that a user can access either with a regular e-mail client or by telephone. Continue Reading
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The goal of mobile unified communications (UC) is to enable the enterprise to extend telephony features to its mobile users, making them more productive, regardless of location. Learn how to evaluate mobile UC product capabilities and limitations in... Continue Reading
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Mobile convergence is simply the implementation of mobile handsets and similar devices that incorporate more than one radio, with the ability to hand off a connection between these otherwise incompatible physical layers. The objective is to converge... Continue Reading
Keeping contacts up to date takes a peer-to-peer approach. But is having my software call your software a viable solution? Continue Reading