Old guard must adapt to new-age messaging

Kobielus, James
January 1999
Network World;01/11/99, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p31
Trade Publication
Predicts the trend towards carrier-grade messaging services in the United States. Threats posed by Internet service providers (ISP) to in-house enterprise messaging systems; Scalability as the focus of competition in the messaging market; Need for Lotus, Microsoft and Novell to reposition their products into parallel products for the enterprise and ISP markets.


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