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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 2
Part 1 of this blog series concluded that Microsoft would not converge all of its diverse Microsoft Dynamics  product lines into a single enterprise resource

search unified communications  comes to the enterprise search capabilities (that entail both structured data and unstructured/rich media files).  Part 3 of this blog series will analyze the ever-evolving user interface (UI) and visualization technologies, and related approaches of Microsoft and other independent software vendors (ISVs). Your views, comments, and opinions about and/or experiences  with any abovementioned solution are welcome in the meantime. 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...
TIBCO's tibbr 4 and Enterprise Social Graph API
Salesforce Chatter, Jive Software, Saba People Cloud, Microsoft Yammer, etc. are getting some company. TIBCO's tibbr is only 18 months old but already used by a

search unified communications  incentives Whodini , whose search reveals coworkers who are relevant to the work one needs to get done. The Whodini Score gives context for how engaged each coworker is with each term in their profile. ManyWorlds’ Synxi machine learning-based discovery apps, whereby tibbr users receive recommendations of knowledge and expertise that are relevant to their current context and personalized based on the system’s experience with each user BrightIdea for crowdsourcing innovation management (ideation) 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...
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...
Active Voice’s Unity ~ In Pursuit of the Perfect Unified Messaging Solution
Throughout the past seventeen years Active Voice has enjoyed considerable growth and success developing Unified Messaging solutions for major collaborative

search unified communications  Voice’s Unity ~ In Pursuit of the Perfect Unified Messaging Solution Active Voice's Unity ~ In Pursuit of the Perfect Unified Messaging Solution P. Hayes - June 13, 2000 Product Background Robert Richmond, Robert Greco, and Christopher Schmandt founded Active Voice in 1983 with a common goal in mind — to develop software that enables centralized electronic communication. Throughout the past seventeen years, Active Voice has enjoyed considerable growth and success developing Unified Messaging Read More...
Centrify Announces First Unified Identity Solution for SaaS and Mobile Management
Centrify Corporation, a provider of identify management solutions, announced the availability of the Centrify User Suite, SaaS Edition—the industry's first

search unified communications  Announces First Unified Identity Solution for SaaS and Mobile Management Centrify Corporation, a provider of identify management solutions, announced the availability of the Centrify User Suite, SaaS Edition—the industry's first identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) solution to provide both robust Active Directory (AD)- and/or cloud-based single sign-on (SSO), access management, application management, and mobile management across any cloud, mobile, or on-premises application. The proliferation of Read More...
4 Steps to Measurable Benefits from Web Site Search
The Web has forever changed the global business landscape, and often a company’s web site is its most valuable tool to generate revenue. In fact, for many

search unified communications  Benefits from Web Site Search The Web has forever changed the global business landscape, and often a company’s web site is its most valuable tool to generate revenue. In fact, for many Internet-based businesses, it’s their only tool. As such, it’s vital to go beyond basic navigation to provide site visitors with a direct path to the information they seek. Find out how to leverage the full potential of search technology in four commonsense steps. Read More...
5 Ways to Effectively use Social Media to Conduct Your Job Search
In Using Social Media Tools for Recruiting Talent, I discussed how more and more businesses today are using social media tools for attracting and finding the

search unified communications  to Conduct Your Job Search In Using Social Media Tools for Recruiting Talent , I discussed how more and more businesses today are using social media tools for attracting and finding the right person to fill a position. This current post will focus on the job seeker. It’s no secret that the last few years has seen unemployment rates rise well above the norm. In fact, recent numbers show that—while things are slowly getting better—many in the market for a job are still struggling to find work. It’s Read More...
Secure Your Search Engine
Webservers running the search engines are vulnerable to a serious security compromises. Without careful implementation, user passwords and logins can be stolen,

search unified communications  Your Search Engine Event Summary A serious root level compromise on Zeus Technologies' high-performance web-server was reported on the well-known Bugtraq security mailing list earlier today. In its insecure state, the Zeus search engine, which is transportable to virtual websites, can be used to request any file on the webserver, including the password file which contains the root password. Once you are logged into a UNIX server with the root password, you can do anything you want to the server Read More...
ILM for the Enterprise: The Benefits of a Unified Approach
Information lifecycle management (ILM) is rapidly gaining acceptance as a process crucial to the success of many IT initiatives. The reason for this is the

search unified communications  for the Enterprise: The Benefits of a Unified Approach Information lifecycle management (ILM) is rapidly gaining acceptance as a process crucial to the success of many IT initiatives. The reason for this is the importance of managing data. With the growing demand for ILM comes a variety of solutions that follow a disjointed, point product approach. By choosing an ILM software designed to scale to its needs, a business can benefit from software built on a unified platform. Read More...
Inovis MESH Framework for Dial Tone Business Communities
When it comes to business-to-business (B2B) communications, two of the basic requirements for regulatory compliance are having a reliable network and a high

search unified communications  in a recent AMR Research article, the realm of B2B communications now consists of a dizzying array of technology options that differ by industry mandates, trading-partner preferences, and markets served. As a result, companies today must deploy scarce internal IT resources to maintain an increasingly complex B2B infrastructure so they can continue to do business with an everexpanding trading-partner community. At the same time, however, they are under relentless pressure to contain costs and improve Read More...
Before You Buy: What Every CIO Needs to Know about Search Solutions
Every day, the average employee may create 20 to 30 new documents. Even e-mail messages can contain business-critical information, such as a prospect’s phone

search unified communications  Needs to Know about Search Solutions Every day, the average employee may create 20 to 30 new documents. Even e-mail messages can contain business-critical information, such as a prospect’s phone number or an estimate of a competitor’s market share. The challenge for decision makers is finding the best information the company has, whether created internally or brought in from outside. Get a straightforward roadmap for selecting an enterprise search solution. Read More...
Unified Communication Vendor Comparison Guide
Unified communications integrates multiple methods of communication—such as e-mail, faxing, instant messaging, voice and video calling and conferencing, mobile

search unified communications  Communication Vendor Comparison Guide Unified communications integrates multiple methods of communication—such as e-mail, faxing, instant messaging, voice and video calling and conferencing, mobile communication, and even desktop sharing—to produce improved efficiencies for companies of all sizes. This paper focuses on three key areas to compare available offerings, providing insights into the most important ways vendors can differentiate their products. Read More...

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