[JDEV] Microsoft adds IM functionality to Office :\

Ulrich B. Staudinger chicago5 at gmx.de
Wed May 28 14:09:27 CDT 2003

/So, go and use this potential!/

*from the mx site:
PressPass: How do you see real-time-communications evolving?*

*Singh Pall: *Real-time communications is a capability that Microsoft 
and the industry are going to focus on for at least the next 10 years. 
If you look at the focus of productivity in enterprise applications to 
date, the work has been mostly about bringing data together, and it is 
about having people individually create, access, modify and archive 
data. As we move forward, there is an increasing need for people to work 
together on the different aspects of data and documents. By this, I mean 
several people authoring, editing and reviewing a document at the same 
time. All of these activities require a framework in which multiple 
people, sitting in different locations, can communicate and collaborate 
together in a seamless way. Real-time communications is the technology 
that makes that possible.

Timothy Carpenter wrote:

>On 28/5/03 4:52 pm, "Bart van Bragt" <jabber at vanbragt.com> wrote:
>>Found this on ZDNet UK:
>>Wasn't very pleased with it :\ Also don't like the fact that this editor
>>doesn't seem to be aware of the existence of Jabber/XMPP :\
>The world is full of scribblers who only regurgitate the pap supplied by the
>wintel world press office. Latest is watching Intel's wireless ads, you'd
>think this was new...I've been unwired on my Mac for years.
>jdev mailing list
>jdev at jabber.org

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