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VoIP and SIP Trunking

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How to ensure successful SIP implementation

Session initiation protocol (SIP) protocol is coming up on its twentieth birthday, so you'd think by now it would be a cinch to deploy a VoIP solution using SIP within an enterprise network. Apparently not.

8x8 aims to turn communications into business enabler

It seems to be a week for big data analytics being associated with unified communications. In addition to the ThinkingPhones news, there's also news out of unified-communications-as-a-service provider 8x8, which has launched new analytics and reporting tools to provide more insight into organizations' overall usage.

Spotlight: Slack acquires Screenhero for collaboration features

Slack, which has been building a reputation as an enterprise communications platform, is leaning more towards collaboration and unified communications with the acquisition of Screenhero.

Get business recovery for your Switchvox phone system

Digium has announced a new service meant to provide a little business continuity to its customers' Switchvox on-premise business phone systems.

RingCentral ties UC functions into Google for Work

As Google finds its way ever deeper into the enterprise, third parties are looking to beef up what end-users can do with it. There's a growing trend in cloud providers adding unified communications capabilities to Google; and the latest entrant into the market is RingCentral.

AT&T moves closer to making a browser work like a phone

A beta program for a new API has just been opened to AT&T's Premium tier enterprise customers, enabling developers to claim new telephone numbers for their Web servers.

Top 10 issues in communications: Number 1, collaboration platforms may rise again

The original point of communications convergence was to bring chat and document exchange under the auspices of the operating system. Now that this won't happen, here comes Plan B.

The story so far: The rise of communications

There's a principle that speaks of "equal and opposite reaction" that suggests that, whenever something declines, something else rises. The PC market is still waning. What should this tell you?

Skype becomes Microsoft's all-around conferencing brand

Brand simplification has been a key goal for Microsoft under new CEO Satya Nadella.  Now that process has been extended to Skype, though certain parts of Skype and Lync may not zip together so seamlessly.

Microsoft says JavaScript-based RTC is coming to Internet Explorer

Ever since WebRTC was declared a part of HTML5, IE's exclusion of the browser-based streaming standard was deemed a deficit.  Now, an open source project sponsored by Microsoft attempts an end-around.