These real-time, Session Initiation Protocol-enabled (SIP-enabled) applications are commonly known as unified communications. Examples of unified communication applications include Google Chat™ instant messaging service, Yahoo!® Messenger, WebEx,TM GoToMeeting,™ and SkypeTM for Business’s online meeting features.
- CHAPTER 1 Information Systems Security
- from Fundamentals of Information Systems Security, 3rd Edition
- Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
- Released: October 2016
Unified communications integration of multiple types of enterprise communication, such as instant messaging, voice, video, and data, all on a single network.
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