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    Microsoft OCS 2010 Will Eliminate PBX

    If you have been following unified communications and the evolution of Microsoft’s Office Communications Server, it is probably not a surprise to you to learn that Microsoft intends for the next major release of Office Communications Server to entirely eliminate the need for an enterprise to have a PBX for voice communication.

    In my recent Reality Check podcast on the SearchUnifiedCommunications site, we talked about whether VoIP is a necessary piece of a unified communications deployment and one of the things that was discussed on the podcast was whether or not organizations still need to invest in a PBX with Microsoft OCS 2007 R2....


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    They will entirely eliminate the need for an enterprise to have a PBX for voice communication. is this really fine?

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