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BroadSoft Teams with Redmond on Hosted UC

Whatever UC actually is, everybody wants to be a part of it. And everybody, especially Microsoft, wants to offer Software as a Service, too. Microsoft and a company called BroadSoft teamed up this week to combine the two hottest areas (along with virtualization, but that's another topic altogether) in technology, announcing a joint SaaS UC effort.

Now maybe somebody can figure out exactly what UC is and why companies should invest in a hosted version of it.

Posted by Lee Pender on October 09, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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