[JDEV] Microsoft adds IM functionality to Office :\
timbeau_hk at yahoo.co.uk
Wed May 28 15:58:06 CDT 2003
On 28/5/03 8:09 pm, "Ulrich B. Staudinger" <chicago5 at gmx.de> wrote:
> 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>
>> <mailto: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.
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