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Microsoft and Cisco Cross the Virtualization Chasm

November 19, 2010 No Comments

As you have probably heard by now (especially if you happened to glance at the other posts on NoJitter), Microsoft and Cisco made some news this week on the unified communications and collaboration front. While other NoJitter posters have done a tremendous job covering the highlights and impacts, I wanted to drill down a bit into an area we’ve spent a lot of time covering as of late, the integration of virtualization and UC.

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