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Enterprise Unified Communications Comparison Guide
This handy grid gives you an at-a-glance comparison of six leading enterprise unified communications providers—including Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, and ShoreTel—and

search unified communications  Unified Communications Comparison Guide This handy grid gives you an at-a-glance comparison of six leading enterprise unified communications providers—including Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, and ShoreTel—and breaks down the basic pricing, messaging and conferencing features, and the telephony and mobile features you need to make an informed buying decision. Read More...
Picture Archiving Communication Systems (PACS) for the Health Care Industry
PACS (Picture Archiving Communication System) manages the storage and display of digitized diagnostic images such as x-rays, CT Scans, and ultrasounds for use by radiologists and other clinician...
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Microsoft’s Underlying Platform Parts for Enterprise Applications: Somewhat Explained - Part 4
Part 3 of this blog series analyzed the ever-evolving user interface (UI) and visualization technologies, and related approaches of Microsoft and other

search unified communications  physical desktop),but that can be searched along with the data in the database. This serves the purpose of capturing knowledge in the organization and not just with an individual (see figure below). Could this capability also be a first date between user communities and enterprise applications? Silver Lining in Silverlight? But unless Microsoft Silverlight is used, Windows users are tied to the desktop, which means less reach and portability than in browser-based applications. Silverlight (formerly Read More...
Mid-market ERP Vendors Leveraging (and Occasionally Outdoing) Microsoft’s “Plumbing” - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series analyzed Epicor and SYSPRO, the two renowned enterprise resource planning (ERP) mid-market incumbents that heavily harness Microsoft

search unified communications  addition, users can remotely search for contact information (and get directions to their place via Google Maps ), and view (read-only) executive type dashboards and charts showing sales activities, inventory levels, etc. They can communicate via e-mail, text message, or directly via phone. As for  presence information  and  unified communications (UC)  capabilities, Epicor ERP already supports users’ presence status, but is still adjusting its framework to support Microsoft Lync Server . The Read More...
Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Much More Than Meets the Eye - Part 1
While Microsoft Corporation has not usually been that forthcoming about breaking down its revenues per individual product lines, during one earnings

search unified communications  system , and enterprise search  capabilities within Microsoft Dynamics CRM. As mentioned in  my previous blog post on Microsoft’s technology for enterprise applications , the embedded  Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)  technology provides  workflow automation  capabilities with inherent flexibility and extensibility. Last but not least, the alignment between Microsoft Dynamics CRM and its Microsoft Dynamics ERP brethren allows organizations to achieve visibility of their entire business by Read More...
Has KANA Gotten Its Mojo Back? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series presented the opportunity of service economy and associated complexity of providing consistently an experience of customer service

search unified communications  world-class. KANA's knowledge base search can be driven within the context of a session (see Figure 2). The system is able to incorporate new knowledge gained from the customer, the particular case, and the customer's environment. The knowledge repository (and returned answers) can be filtered by the user (e.g., agent or end-customer) through an automated clarifying question process. Figure 2 PJ : How would you describe your competitive landscape, and why do you win over/loose to these competitors? VN : Read More...
IP PBX for Service Oriented Architectures: Communications Web Services
The capacity for service-oriented architecture (SOA) to provide a framework for next-generation enterprise telecommunications services has become a reality

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Increase Productivity and Lower Costs by Implementing a Unified BI Platform
Corporate information consumers now demand more dynamic reports, and expect Web-based availability wherever and whenever they need the information. Find out how

search unified communications  Productivity and Lower Costs by Implementing a Unified BI Platform Corporate information consumers now demand more dynamic reports, and expect Web-based availability wherever and whenever they need the information. Find out how to use a unified business intelligence (BI) platform to build and deliver complete and meaningful Web-based reports reliably, consistently, and affordably. You’ll also discover how to reduce costs by simplifying your IT portfolio while increasing productivity. Read More...
Focus Experts' Guide: Unified Communications
The term

search unified communications  Experts' Guide: Unified Communications The term unified communications (UC) is prone to market confusion, as it is often misapplied by vendors and misused by analysts. The goal of this Experts’ Guide is to get past the technology conundrum and marketing hype, in order to offer a clearer understanding of UC essentials, including essential advice on how to analyze your UC needs, and a how-to-buy guide that analyzes solution, cost, and vendor considerations. Read More...
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Network Convergence: The Unified Network Platform
As proprietary network hardware appliances become obsolete, unified network platforms (UNPs) are slowly gaining momentum. UNPs are the new paradigm for

search unified communications  Convergence: The Unified Network Platform As proprietary network hardware appliances become obsolete, unified network platforms (UNPs) are slowly gaining momentum. UNPs are the new paradigm for networking and security—operating on a single system that can be implemented on off-the-shelf hardware. With a UNP, organizations can design, build, manage, and maintain secure networks, without the limitations and expense of vendor proprietary hardware and software. Read More...
Lucent Receives Engineering Award in Unified Messaging
The award is in recognition for not only the advanced integration capabilities with the Exchange platform but also for innovation in bundling hardware, software

search unified communications  Receives Engineering Award in Unified Messaging Lucent Receives Engineering Award in Unified Messaging P. Hayes - July 11, 2000 Event Summary MILPITAS, Calif., July 19, 2000--Lucent Technologies has been chosen as the recipient of the prestigious Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering Award for its product line strategy in the unified messaging market. Market Impact The award was for Lucent's Unified Messenger Product, which integrates with the Microsoft Exchange Messaging server to provide voice, fax, Read More...
A Beginner’s Guide to Unified Communications
Unified communications (UC) has exploded in recent years, and with good reason. It isn’t a revolutionary idea to centralize the various components of real-time

search unified communications  Beginner’s Guide to Unified Communications Unified communications (UC) has exploded in recent years, and with good reason. It isn’t a revolutionary idea to centralize the various components of real-time communication. However, the technology has evolved to a point where the implementation has caught up with the vision. This beginner’s guide to UC will help decode the jargon and give organizations a jumping off point for evaluating solutions to meet a wide range of communications needs. Read More...
Why Enterprise Application Search Is Crucial to Your ERP System
Enterprise applications become easier to use with the addition of powerful search capabilities. There is a distinction to be made, however, between stand-alone

search unified communications  number of these bolt-on search appliances can do that. Conversely, true EAS capabilities are integrated as a component within an application. The primary purpose of EAS is to make the information within that specific application suite easily searchable through a unified interface. Because EAS is integrated into the application it is designed to be used with, it offers a number of benefits for searching application data when compared to generic products like those offered by Oracle, Google, Thunderstone, Read More...
Delivering Superior Customer Value in Communications Firms Enabling Optimal Offer Creation for Service Providers
In response to the harsh economic climate, communications service providers (CSPs) are concentrating on improving offers of voice, content, and data services

search unified communications  SAP,sales management,lead generation,customer management,relationship management,customer relationship,customer relationship management,customer management relationship,sales management jobs,sales leads,sales lead,crm management,customer crm,web based crm,sales lead generation Read More...

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