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Cisco Pushes Back

I doubt Cisco liked it when Microsoft announced its Unified Communications Strategy; communications is Cisco's playground. Cisco spit back this week, debuting a new virtual meeting product aimed squarely at kicking Live Meeting's butt back up to Washington state. The Cisco tool promises to replace that pitiful, jerky excuse for video with smooth, realistic, corporate meeting action. Boy, the Internet backbone is going to love all these high-res files!

Posted by Doug Barney on October 26, 2006 at 11:52 AM


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