WebMessenger has announced that their enterprise IM client will now play nice with Microsoft Office Communication Server. Outside of all your standard instant messaging, OCS also has a lot to do with VoiP… maybe we can see a voice client for BlackBerry…? We talked with WebMessenger on the podcast about pitching OCS support to AT&T, so if you’re in the market, take a listen.
Businesses have used emails for years, of course, but instant messaging is becoming increasingly useful as well, and WebMessenger aims to take care of both. Message Alerts allows users to filter and set alerts for emails and text messages based on criteria in the subject, message body, to and from fields, and so on, and lets IT ensure that no messages containing confidential information go out. Other parts of the WebMessenger suite ease instant messaging communication, providing one-click escalation from IM to voice calls or conferencing. For a closer look, be sure to check out our interview with the folks from WebMessenger.
Rob Woodbridge from Rove graces the BBCool airwaves once more, talking about their two latest releases and their Breakout Session at WES, and we’ve also got Clyde Wagner from SweetCeasar to talk about their new financial converter, Joe Naylor from WebMessenger to give us the lowdown on enterprise IM. Of course we’ve got the week’s news, including the latest on the BlackBerry 9000, the imminent release of the CDMA Curve, and advancements of EDGE speeds. Episode 23 is available in a trifecta of MP3, iTunes and XML feed awesomeness.