Microsoft Posts Commerce Server Release Candidate, Starts Talking LCS 2007

Speaking of Unified Communications, Microsoft is gearing up a big PR push around this, prepping to talk about Live Communications Server 2007, which will merge at least part of the now separate code bases underlying the current Live Meeting hosted offering and LCS 2005. Zig Serafin, general manager of the company's Unified Communications Group, is […]

Speaking of Unified Communications, Microsoft is gearing up a big PR push around this, prepping to talk about Live Communications Server 2007, which will merge at least part of the now separate code bases underlying the current Live Meeting hosted offering and LCS 2005.

Zig Serafin, general manager of the company's Unified Communications Group, is on the road this week talking about how Microsoft plans to bring PC software-like innovation to the staid-and-stodgy world of handsets and PBXes. The goal is, as the company has stated before, to make it easier to route calls, IMs, real-time and asynch communications as efficiently as possible, cutting down on voice-mail and e-mail tag.



Commerce Server, Release, LCS