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Avaya announces SIP-enabled handsets

The IP wars continue this week with Avaya, now a privately-held rather than public company, announcing Avaya Communications Manager 5.0 and new customer service solutions, including a SIP-enabled handset for CSRs (Customer Service Representatives) Co...

The real lowdown on XP license deadlines

With the first end date deadline for the general availability of Windows XP just six months away, June 30, 2008, there are a number of XP licensing questions that are still on the minds of internal licensing desk managers and enterprise IT department...

Microprocessor giants settle with Patriot Scientific

Patriot Scientific and TPL Group, co-holders of the Moore Microprocessor Patent Portfolio [MMPP], announced Tuesday that they have settled their suit for patent infringement with JVC, NEC Electronics, Panasonic, and Toshiba.

Dell wants to be more than a hardware vendor

The news last week that Dell signed an agreement to acquire Everdream, a SaaS (Software as a Service) vendor for remote management of desktops, was further evidence of a once phenomenally successful high-tech company trying to change its product off...

Google offers API for Outlook migration to Gmail

Google took a giant step on Friday to make it easier for companies to migrate any e-mail system over to Google Apps Gmail by offering an E-mail Migration API targeted at corporate developers and e-mail administrators.

Microsoft extends software support to 10 years

Taking a page from major enterprise software providers like Oracle and SAP, Microsoft announced this week Business Ready Customer Care, an initiative that includes major enhancements to its maintenance and support program for Microsoft Dynamics, ERP ...

Citrix closes deal for XenSource, launches VM solutions

Citrix Systems made a slew of product announcements this week that leverages the 18-year-old application-delivery company's technology to make it a major player in virtualization, unified communications, regulatory compliance, and green technology.

IBM to integrate UC into Symphony

Given a level playing field, can anyone unseat Microsoft as the king of productivity applications? This is just one of many questions numerous companies, from Google to IBM to Sun, are trying to answer as they cram more and more capabilities into riv...

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