Sprint Unveils New Enterprise Feature

Smith, Brad
December 2002
Wireless Week;12/2/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 42, p19
Trade Publication
Introduces Universal Application Messaging (UAM), an interactive platform leveraging the Enterprise Instant Messaging technology of Sprint Corporation. Advantage of the UAM service; Examples of how the service might be used.


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