Service Oriented Architecture and Web Services Meet UC
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services ultimately change the way business processes are architected and dealt with, since software can now "talk to" other software components in various other providers and companies, calling upon whatever functionality is necessary and enabling developers to speed up both the creation of applications to handle business processes and the processes themselves. It can also help to bring about delivery of Software as a Service (SaaS). Indeed, various platforms are changing from traditional node-oriented server configurations to a "distributed fabric of capabilities", as Microsoft likes to say. SOA and Web Services will ultimately integrate complex UC suites with complex sets of business applications, thus "communications-enabling" them. A combination of these Communications-Enabled.....
Tango Networks Improves FMC and Corporate Texting
Voice may still be the King of the Killer Apps, but text is not far behind, particularly its latest incarnation, Twitter, which is without a doubt the most popular tech topic in the mainstream media these days. Everyone is dabbling with the service. David Pogue from the New York Times has devoted TV airtime to Twitter on CNBC. Dell credits Twitter for millions of dollars in sales and there's talk of how the leading social network, Facebook, modified its homepage to take on Twitter. Salesforce.com has embraced the texting service by allowing companies to use it as a more efficient CRM communications medium. Then there are rumors which claim that Google will acquire Twitter to show ads on all those tweets people send describing their hunger status and other ingenuous facts which you wouldn't imagine anyone would take the time to share, let alone read about....
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