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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Microsoft getting into VOIP

Microsoft released Office Communications Server 2007 to about 2,500 IT professionals in a private beta. It is the first time Microsoft has offered software for making voice over IP part of integrated communications.

Microsoft may eventually look to provide the entire software infrastructure for VoIP and other communications offerings. For instance, by using Office Communications Server with Microsoft's Exchange Server messaging software and Outlook e-mail client, a user can respond to an e-mail received in Exchange with a VoIP call using Communications Server and Communicator.

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