Mitel Unifies Administration, Telephony Collaboration

Correia, Edward J.
December 2010
CRN;Dec2010, Issue 1304, p17
Product Review
The article evaluates Unified Communicator Advanced (UCA) software from Mitel Networks Corp.


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