Cisco: Just Like Any Other Office Communications Server ISV?

I’m always excited to hear about third party applications written to the Office Communications Server developer interfaces, and Cisco’s UC Integration™ for Microsoft Office Communicator (CUCIMOC) is no different:  each and every application testifies to the momentum of our unified communications products with end customers and to the openness and flexibility of our platform.   Our…

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Exchange 2010: Saving Money, Delighting Users, Protecting Communications

Today, at Tech·Ed in Berlin we announced that Exchange 2010 is available. This version of Exchange is like no other for many reasons.  One reason is that we built it as a service from the beginning, and over two years ago it became the e-mail service for universities around the world via our Live@Edu offering. In…

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Exchange 2010 – Revving the Engines for Launch

Two weeks ago we announced that Exchange 2010 was code complete and, as we get ready for launch, we’re seeing some amazing results from our early adopter customers.   They are so good, that I can’t help sharing some of these early highlights – just a sneak peek of what is to come.  One server, many…

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Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate is feature complete and available for download today!

Today is another exciting day for the Exchange team. We’re pleased to announce that Exchange Server 2010 is feature complete and folks can download it today. This milestone reflects our ongoing commitment to making Exchange 2010 the most effective messaging and collaboration solution available. For more information, please check out our blog post on the…

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New Report Helps Small and Medium Businesses Gauge the Real Value of SaaS E-mail

For small and medium businesses (SMBs) considering Software as a Service (SaaS) e-mail options, there’s a lot of information to wade through, but not a lot of useful guidance on how to choose the service that will provide the best business value for their SaaS e-mail investment. Collaborative Strategy Guild has published a new whitepaper,…

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Millions Switch to Exchange and SharePoint from Notes

Edited Thursday, August 6, 2009. Note: The original post mistakenly referenced the wrong Ferris Research survey. This reference has been corrected. Today, in our fourth quarter earnings call, we shared the latest results of our efforts to free customers from the costs and antiquated architecture of Lotus Notes and Domino.  In our last fiscal year…

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Newspaper Company Uses Exchange Server 2007 to Help the News Stay New

This month’s customer spotlight focuses on a newspaper company using Exchange Server 2007 to help their reporters quickly and efficiently cover more breaking news. As you may know, Exchange Server is currently the most widely used messaging server and growing, and is the cornerstone of Microsoft’s unified communications solution. What you may not know is…


Microsoft Launches Unified Communications Consultant Program

Today, the Unified Communications Group is pleased to kick off the initial charter of the Microsoft Unified Communications Consultant Program (UCCP), a program designed to provide consultants with the resources needed to enhance their expertise in Microsoft unified communication solutions. The UCCP offers consultants a rich forum to develop direct and ongoing relationships with Microsoft…


Educational Institutions Make Smart Decisions with Unified Communications

Each month, we look at different organizations across various industries to see how unified communications is transforming their businesses. This month we highlight academic institutions, from school districts to colleges and universities, and how these educational establishments are using Microsoft’s UC software to change the ways they communicate and collaborate.   The University of Kentucky…

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