The VoIP way of Microsoft is lastly out. I still don’t have any idea what type of Analog/Digital cards it supports, but is supposed to support most!
All items for March, 2007
Microsoft will open up beta versions of its unified communications server and client software to the public for download on Monday, a senior company executive said Wednesday. Read More . . .
Are you sick of intelligent developers who understand the business, show initiative and promote positive and efficient practices? Do those snarky programmer analysts constantly demonstrate their ability to take abstract requirements and turn them into detailed designs? Don’t let developers turn your projects into a success! Here are 6 great ways to make sure they run away and never look back. Read More . . .
A report from Symantec claims Microsoft Windows Server to be the most commercial secure OS during second half of 2006. Read More . . .
Microsoft Hosting Solutions Give Service Providers the Tools to Attract Small and Midsize Businesses
New versions of Hosted Messaging and Collaboration and Windows-based Hosting solutions help hosting providers maximize the benefits of Web 2.0. Read More . . .
Linksys SPA8000 is for using 8FXS on IP-Networks. Pretty nice and cool price for small businesses. Read More . . .
According to Neal Wadhwani’s TS2 Blog, Gates has introduced Microsoft’s Small Business Phone System in the recent SBSummit.
Happy New Persian Year, 1386.
No more to add, Microsoft’s vision for 2010.
As you might have seen the Steve’s keynote in Convergence 2007, Office & Dynamics joining together brings the ERP to not only the enterprises easier but also the mid-size businesses might get eager getting into the market. Microsoft Dynamics Joins the Office World!