Friday, July 09, 2004

The Future of Enterprise Communications

This month's Gartner Webcast explores the future of enterprise communications. Elaborates on the differences between unified messaging (oriented towards integrating mobile users) and unified communications (oriented towards business process integration). Among the three webcast contributors we have representatives from Gartner Research and Verizon Communications. Naturally, considering the sponsor of the webcast is a company within the Applied Voice and Speech Technology arena, there's a high emphasis on how mobile workers can be localized and connected through voice over IP technologies. Very soon, messaging applications (i.e. VoIP, IM, eMail, webconferencing, etc..)will be quickly integrated to enterprise systems through agile middleware in order to enable all employees to retrieve messages in any format, anywhere anytime.

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Blogger Joe Muka said...

Just checking out blogs for ideas to add to my site about free voip software and other voip stuff. (I know its a boring subject) I liked your site

October 3, 2005 at 5:27 PM  
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October 4, 2005 at 1:07 AM  

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