Tag Archives: Collaboration Environment 3.0

Avaya’s Real-Time Speech Snap-In

Here in the world of IP communications, we attempt to strike a balance between what we can see and what we can hear. While we continue to drive interactions towards textual interfaces, the importance of human speech should never be ignored.   How many of you have been in the middle of a frustrating email exchange […]

An Introduction to the Avaya WebRTC Snap-in

Over the last several months, I’ve written a number of articles about WebRTC. I discussed encryption, network address translation, signaling, and over the course of four articles, I even wrote about how to go about creating your very own WebRTC application. In case you missed any of them, here are all my WebRTC articles to […]

An Introduction to Avaya Collaboration Environment 3.0

I began my career as a software developer long before there were fancy development tools such as Eclipse or Microsoft’s Visual Studio. If I wanted to get clever, I wrote my code in the UNIX visual editor vi, but more often than not, I used whatever text editor was available at the time. Of course, […]