Vizard, Michael
January 2007
Baseline;Jan2007, Issue 68, p33
The article focuses on voice technology being embedded in commercial applications. The author refers to Citrix Presentation Server initiated by Cisco and Citrix collaboration that helps I.T. organizations to control I.T. management costs. The author mentions Cisco's plans to integrate its voice-over-Internet Protocol technology with Presentation Server that allows to customers use their personal computers and headsets as phones to contact anyone that changes every day work experience.


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