VoIP

Microsoft opened a private beta of its enterprise voice communications server, Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, to 2,500 companies. Office Communications Server allows companies to integrate Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology into telephony infrastructure. The voice server will also allow workers to instantly launch a phone call from 2007 Microsoft Office applications, such as Office Word 2007, Outlook 2007, or Office Communicator 2007, by clicking on a colleague’s name to determine their availability and initiate a person-to-person or multi-party call.

Companies using Office Communication Server 2007 can deploy enterprise-wide presence; enable secure enterprise instant messaging, host on-premise audio, video, and Web conferences, and deploy VoIP capabilities. A set of Office Communications Server 2007 voice features include placing and receiving voice calls, advanced call routing, streamlined integration with Exchange Server 2007, multi-party conferencing, call holding, forwarding and transferring and compliance capabilities.

Office Communications Server 2007 is integrated with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Exchange Server 2007 complements the voice capabilities of Office Communications Server with a built-in auto attendant for answering and routing inbound voice calls as well as unified messaging that unifies voicemail and email in a single inbox. Exchange Server is available for evaluation at http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/eval

Data Management

NCR Corp has announced its flagship automatic identification and data collection (AIDC) software platform. NCR TransitionWorks 5.2 features enhancements that improve the ability of users to design, draw, deploy and manage traditional and mobile business solutions using radio frequency identification (RFID), bar-code scanning, biometrics and other AIDC technologies.

Key enhancements with NCR TransitionWorks 5.2 include:

Device integration – The software components that manage data input and output from AIDC devices such as RFID readers or bar-code scanners have been improved for better control and processing.

Graphical process modeling – Graphical process modeling (GPM) improves the ability of non-programmers to design, draw and deploy AIDC operations. Version 5.2 enhances the user’s ability to convert legacy process flows to a GPM view and improves documentation needed to meet Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.

Device user interfaces – NCR TransitionWorks 5.2 includes enhancements to the platform’s HyperText Markup Language (HTML) templates to allow expressions and conditional statements in HTML. Voice recognition extensions have also been incorporated into the HTML templates, adding to the set of AIDC devices supported by TransitionWorks.

Advanced XML capabilities – The Extensible Markup Language (XML) capabilities of TransitionWorks have been enhanced to allow XML files to be used as a miniature database in a TransitionWorks-built application.

ChemTable kicks up Your PC productivity to maximum

ChemTable Software has announced Reg Organizer 4.0, an update of the system registry management suite. This includes the opportunities to edit the registry keys, cleanup erroneous or useless registry items, search and replace registry data. Besides, Reg Organizer can take a snapshot of the system before and after software installation to track and report changes in the system as a whole. Plus, users will get a built-in facility for software uninstallation and tools to apply specific registry tweaks.

Its current release is a major update that introduces over 20 features and enhancements.

Please, explore the ChemTable’s site at www.chemtable.com for more information on Reg Organizer 4.0. You can also download and try its free evaluation copy.

Pricing and Availability

Reg Organizer 4.0 runs under Microsoft Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, 2003 and costs US$39.95 for a single user licence. For other types of licences, please refer to www.chemtable.com/register.htm. Licensed users are entitled to free technical support and considerable discounts on future upgrades.

CustomScoop Launches Enterprise Edition 5.0 and media database

CustomScoop announced the launch of its Enterprise Edition media monitoring product. Enterprise Edition 5.0 provides additional functionality. First is the enhancement of Enterprise Edition’s charting and graphic capabilities.

Second is the addition of a media database called Media Bullseye, which is represented by a tab within the customer’s account. CustomScoop Enterprise Edition users will have the contact information they need at their fingertips.

Each Enterprise account has access to CustomScoop’s entire database of over 65,000 sources and includes a one-year clip archive.

CustomScoop’s media monitoring products Web-based and are priced based on a flat-fee model (no-per-clip charges). Enterprise Edition retails for US$1,499 per month. For details on the entire CustomScoop product offering, including pricing information, please visit http://www.customscoop.com/solutions.

Infrastructure

Taleo Corp announced the release of Taleo Business Edition 7.5. Available immediately, Taleo Business Edition 7.5 features several upgrades to the systems technical infrastructure to support its growing customer base as well as customer driven feature enhancements.

Key highlights of the release include RSS Enabled Job Agents, enhanced Connectivity, improved Parsing with Resume Mirror, expanded Global Capabilities

Taleo Business Edition Version 7.5 also delivers customer driven enhancements, such as a rich text job editor, improved candidate prescreening, group interview scheduling, and streamlined usability and navigation. For more details about Taleo Business Edition, please visit http://www.taleo.com/solutions/business-edition-solutions. Taleo Business Edition 7.5 is available now and offers a 30 Day Free Trial, which is accessible by http://www.taleo.com/solutions/business-edition-30daytrial. Pricing for Taleo Business Edition starts at US$99 per month.

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