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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.

Live beta of browser-based SIP conferencing without plugins

The public Internet may never have the reliability or quality of service to substitute for the telephone. But that doesn't mean someone can't build high-fidelity chat for Web browsers.

Chat for free with NTT's WebRTC, if you don't mind being a bloated, dancing cat

It's one of the first live tests of P2P communications technology using only your HTML5 browser, and if you don't watch out, it could cause nightmares.

Snow days: Overcoming business disruption with Unified Communication

The weather outside truly has been frightful. No problem, right--today's enterprise has rich communication and collaboration options, from IM to file sync. That may be true, according to Stephen Leaden, but unified communications is a viable business continuity solution only if you've put some forethought into it.

Boomtown: Unified Communications revenue grew 31% in 2013, says Infonetics

Research firm Infonetics says the Unified Communications sector is strong and getting stronger.

Spotlight: SIP Trunking myths debunked

Wait--SIP Trunking is two decades old?

Don't let your old 800 number turn into an 'adult' chat line

Instead of letting such a fate befall you, here are several recommendations for putting old toll-free numbers to new use.

Evaluating UC and IT products: Dismissal is lazy

UC and IT being awash in product launches and product hype, these dismissal strategies are useful initial filters to help the inundated buyer. However, if dismissal is too entrenched, the buyer will miss opportunities for genuine improvement.