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Microsoft Office Communicator - the business style of instant messaging

Posted on Thursday, March 10 2005 @ 19:18:48 CET by

Microsoft launched a renewed businesses instant messaging package aiming to improve the communication in enterprises. The real-time collaboration suite consists of 2 integrated programs - Microsoft Office Communicator 2005 and Live Communications Server.

Office Communicator is a business version of MSN Messenger with support for a wide range of communication types such as instant messaging, VoIP, PC-based voice, rich presence and video and enterprise telephony.

One of the big advantages of Microsoft Live Communications Server is the ability to connect to various IM networks such as AOL, Yahoo! and of course MSN.

"Communicator and Live Communications Server demonstrate how we are bringing integrated communications to life for our customers as rich presence and multimodal communications become an integrated part of the Microsoft Office System. Users now can view rich presence information for colleagues, partners and customers; select the most efficient mode of communication, whether it's IM, a phone call, a Web conference or e-mail; and instantly share ideas and information."
Office Communicator together with Live Communications Server also feature encryption to make instant messaging safer.

Source: WebProNews


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