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CONVERGENCE: Implementing Unified Communications >
|December 16, 2009
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Implementing Unified Communications
The Defense Intelligence Agency relies on unified communications for enhanced features and collaboration, while the Oklahoma National Guard cuts travel via video conferencing.
Windows 7 Multiple Active Firewall Profiles
Tap firewall flexibility in Microsoft Windows 7 to enable Public, Private and Domain firewalls to be active on a computer simultaneously, giving each type of connection its own degree of protection.
Avaya one-X Deskphone 9650
Our review of the Avaya one-X Deskphone 9650 finds that the IP telephone delivers an excellent user experience. The device offers a multitude of buttons and functionality.
Optimizing Bandwidth: 6 Sure-Fire Steps
Bandwidth demands continue to creep upward. A bottleneck at any point in your network can do more than slow down your day — it can bring your agency to its knees. Here are tips to help you target the sweet spot where demand and capacity meet.
Networking and Unified Communications for Government: Technology helps agencies improve operations and decrease costs.
Implementing Green IT: Eleven ways to lower power consumption, reduce costs and eliminate waste
Networking and Unified Communications: Simplifying communications for an evolving world.
Microsoft Unified Communications: Innovations in collaboration.
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