This is an article from Networkworld.com regarding LifeSize Communications. LifeSize is a ShoreTel development partner that recently developed ShoreTel’s IP8000 conference phone. LifeSize’s recent development of HD video conferencing should blend well with ShoreTel’s enhancements in their platform regarding video conferencing. ShoreTel’s latest

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Credit: NetworkWorld.com Google and IBM are testing a cloud computing infrastructure that could become an important avenue for them to deliver software and services to consumer and business users. Google’s Eric Schmidt and IBM’s Sam Palmisano addressed a gathering of IBM business partners in Los Angeles on Thursday

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Here’s an update to yesterday’s post, it looks like Microsoft jumped the gun a little on SP3 for Windows XP. Wired.com is reporting that the update encountered some issues with Microsoft’s Dynamic Retail Application System and had to be pulled off

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PHOENIX, Arizona, April 30, 2008 — Mitel innovation was recognized by InformationWeek, the leading multimedia business technology brand, and Interop, the leading global business technology event series, today as winner of the 2008 Best of Interop Awards in the VoIP and Collaboration category during Interop Las

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The third service pack update for Windows XP has arrived today and is available for download on Microsoft’s website. Many corporations are still very much behind Windows XP as Vista has proven to be a big disappointment for the business user.

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Credit: SC MagazineUS.com The Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) products of Avaya, Cisco and Nortel are filled with more than 100 vulnerabilities, according to a report from VoIPshield Laboratories, the research arm of security startup VoIPshield Systems. The flaws could be

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Credit: NetworkWorld.com By David Newman, Network World Lab Alliance , Network World , 04/28/2008 Here are five questions for enterprise network managers to bear in mind when considering UC deployment: 1. What applications need to be unified communications-enabled? Many enterprise IT

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