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An Introduction to the Avaya WebRTC Snap-in

Over the last several months, I’ve written a number of articles about WebRTC. I discussed encryption, network address translation, signaling, and over the course of four articles, I even wrote about how to go about creating your very own WebRTC application. 1,601 more words

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Taji Japan fisherman steal a few living beings from your Oceans this week;

Remember please that if you go to a resort and to the Sea Worlds of the world, you are the problem too; Its appalling and no different from how we acted when we stole black people from their… 2,399 more words

Sustainable Action Network

Choosing a headset for Lync

Microsoft Lync has seen massive growth over the past 3 years and is now used in many enterprises, SME’s and educational establishments for instant messaging, softphone and conference calls. 810 more words

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The Trouble with Standards...

I hate the fact that every time I buy a new PC or cell phone, the chances are good that it will come with a power cord that won’t work on any of my other devices.  59 more words

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The Art of Choosing the Right Communications Consultant

In my latest article for No Jitter, I explore the art of choosing the right communications consultant.  Believe me, I have worked with some really bad ones over the years and they make my otherwise “involved” job that much more difficult.  25 more words

Unified Communications

Understanding Avaya Codec Selection

Before IP telephony came along, you didn’t have a choice in the audio quality of your telephone call.  Thankfully, calls on those old analog and digital telephones sounded pretty good. 785 more words

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Welcome to my Podcast

This isn’t a real article, but it’s something I wanted to share.  Avaya’s Mark Fletcher (@Fletch911) invited me onto his podcast program this afternoon to talk about…well…just about anything that popped into our heads.  21 more words

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