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Cisco Releases Security Update

Cisco has released a security update to address a vulnerability in versions of the Unified Communications Domain Manager Platform Software prior to 10.x. Exploitation of this vulnerability may allow a remote attacker to take control of the affected system. 21 more words


WEBINAR: Accelerate the Pace of Business with SMART kapp

Learn more about how to accelerate the pace of business with SMART kapp during this webinar and you could win $50.

Accelerate the pace of business with SMART kapp, which is transforming yesterday’s conference calls into today’s collaborative strategy sessions.  57 more words


The Uniqueness of Service Provider Partners

As VP of US Service Providers for ShoreTel, Inc., and an employee of a Unified Communications “manufacturer” delivering solutions through Partners, I sit in a unique position to be able to see and hear what is going on across a number of different large SPs across the United States.  380 more words

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CUCM 10.5.1 upgrade

I had the unenviable task of upgrading version 9 CUCM suite into 10.5.1, I thought I’d share the winning formula for a successful upgrade.

I have read countless docs in preparation for the upgrade but… 914 more words

Unified Communications

The Sound Science of Audio Codecs

I have never been happy with the answer “because.” No matter what the subject or question, I am not satisfied until I am told the whys, wherefores, and possible exceptions. 156 more words

Unified Communications

SOFTEL Sofia - Virtual Voice Solutions Using Microsoft Skype for Business

Connecting Skype for Business to IoT could enable healthcare organizations that care for the elderly or the sick to be incredibly proactive

John Cognata, Business Development, SOFTEL Communications Inc.

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Unified Communications

Skype for Business and Office Web Apps

Have you ever wondered exactly how the Lync / Skype for Business client uses Office Web Apps “OWAS” through the Edge? Previously with Lync Server 2010, there was no OWAS server so the PowerPoint was rendered right there on the Front Ends and displayed back via PSOM protocol. 694 more words

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