By David Sims, TMCnet Contributing Editor
IP fax server seller Sagem-Interstar will be spotlighted at an upcoming session at TMC's ITEXPO East 2010.
And you'll get not one, not two, but four enterprise fax experts, sharing their views on how FoIP addresses both business and technology issues in a UC system, and addressing such topics as whether it involves SIP, virtualization or T.38.
By Marisa Torrieri, TMCnet Editor
Putting to rest any fears about what the acquisition of Nortel's assets will mean for hundreds and thousands of users, Avaya today unveiled a roadmap that details how it will integrate the products and services from the recently acquired Nortel Enterprise Solutions unit to create a new standard for business communications.
By Jon Arnold (ICP), Co-founder, Intelligent Communications Partners
This is the last in my series of preview articles for the Smart Grid Summit, which I can now say is this week - barely 48 hours away in fact. Once the summit starts, my posts this week will shift from being previews to recaps of each day's highlights. If you haven't made your plans yet to attend, this is my last pitch to seal the deal. With that said, here are a few more must-see highlights for each of our three days.
By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
As the competitive dance within the smartphone industry continues to intensify, there is much speculation as to who will emerge the winner. If you were to ask Andrew D'Souza, software architect, chief technology officer, Openet, the answer would be Google with the recent addition of the Nexus 1 and its Android platform.
When asked about HD VoIP, D'Souza is sure the primary driver will be from business users. D'Souza recently talked with TMC CEO Rich Tehrani.Their interview is printed in full below.
By Amy Tierney, TMCnet Web Editor
As companies wait for more signs of an economic recovery, cost savings remains a top of priority for many businesses - particularly when it comes to travel expenses. As such, organizations are deploying new tools, such as telepresence and videoconferencing to help them achieve that goal.
But it's not always easy. Implementing a multi-point, multi-way telepresence solution from single vendor can pose some challenges, experts from a Huntington, Calif.-based provider of integrated telepresence and videoconferencing services said.
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