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Skype just announced that it is partnering with Fiberlink – a company that develops voice-data solutions for corporations. This is a pretty interesting move, because this actually gets Skype into the enterprise market without spending a dime. Though the IT managers so far have been worried […]

skypeSkype just announced that it is partnering with Fiberlink – a company that develops voice-data solutions for corporations. This is a pretty interesting move, because this actually gets Skype into the enterprise market without spending a dime. Though the IT managers so far have been worried about Skype and the security risks that the software brings. This deal should help over come those fears, but obviously one would have to wait and watch before declaring this a winning move. However, individual users have been deploying Skype on their laptops and seem to be pretty thrilled with using at the product. Infact, I met with some senior executives from a major equipment maker who talked about how they communicated using Skype when overseas.

  1. Skype targets enterprise users with new partnership

    Skype just announced a partnership with Fiberlink, a company developing voice-data solutions for enterprise mobility. Without all the legwork, they’ve successfully managed to get a leg into selling to corporate clients. Way to go Skype. I personally t…

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