Will Facebook make UC popular?
lbloom 2 years ago
It’s rumored that Facebook is looking to integrate unified communications tools into their service. It is thought that one of the reasons that Microsoft offered so much money to purchase Skype was to keep them from inking a deal with Facebook. What are the pros and cons of using Facebook as a communications tool? With 700 million users, this could push UC into the mainstream consciousness.
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