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HP, Microsoft Unify Some More on UC

The long-time partners will spend $180 million on marketing, services and development for the category formerly known as Unified Communications, which apparently has picked up another "C" and is now being tabbed Unified Communications and Collaboration. We're still not sure exactly how to define UC, or UCC, but we're more comfortable with it knowing that the abbreviation for it has picked up that critical third letter.

Posted by Lee Pender on May 20, 2009 at 11:55 AM


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