Monthly Archive: November 2007

Nov 27

Twitter as a day to day tool

I’m a fairly recent adopter of Twitter having only started using it a couple of months ago, despite knowing about it for a year or more – and having some preconceptions which stopped me using it.  Well I’d thoroughly recommend it as a business and social tool.  This video cast explains my views best:   …

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Nov 16

IBM / Nortel UC

This announcement hasn’t received much blog attention.  The announcement is interesting because of the approach.  This isn’t a direct integration with the IBM Sametime server but appears to be a web services based approach building on the SOA framework and integrating the Nortel telephony solutions with Websphere application server.  Building the platform as an SOA …

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Nov 04

OpenSocial – the future?

  So I’m about a week behind writing about this although I’ve had a number of interesting email discussions.  Google’s OpenSocial API is their attempt to drive a common interface between numerous social platforms.  James comments: Fundamentally I think the benefit of someone like Google kicking off OpenSocial is a good thing – we can …

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