Sifting through LinkedIn Answers the other day (our company profile is here, if you”d like to look), I came across several Questions about IT in the economic downturn. No surprise; everyone”s thinking about it. A lot of people are thinking
We”ve been using OCS for a while now. When you use a system day in/day out, you begin to pick up a few tricks. Ways to make chatting easier, taking advantage of lesser-known features, that sort of thing. Some questions
No post this week, OCS folks! We”re in the home stretch on our new website. (If you”re reading this, send cookies. Or maybe a file? They”re keeping us locked up down here!)
A couple weeks ago, Tony Byrne posted on Unified Communications at CMSWatch.com”s TrendWatch blog. He talked about a panel at the Interop 2009 Conference, where they discussed connections between social computing and Unified Communications. In his post, Tony made a
Looks like we”ve got a little competition. CallTower, a company known for enterprise-level communication systems, is moving into hosting OCS-based phone systems. It”s okay though. Very few companies are enterprise-level. Our Hosted OCS plan is geared more toward smaller and
Traffic. The price of gas. No time anyway. Airport security. There”s lots of reasons why business travel is more irritating than ever. (That last one”s bad enough!) So it”s no surprise that we field lots of questions about conferencing systems.
We can”t have an OCS Insider Blog without the obligatory “what is OCS 2007” post to start us off, can we? I know many people are still confused over what “OCS” stands for, what this program does, why people get