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Microsoft to debut Web-based Communicator
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/22/2005 11:53:00 AM.

Microsoft unveiled plans on Tuesday to introduce a Web-based version of its Communicator enterprise messaging software in order to offer customers increased flexibility in accessing the company's collaboration and communications tools.

The company plans to introduce the latest desktop version of Communicator, labeled Microsoft Office Communicator 2005, sometime before the end of June, and has already begun manufacturing the product.

According to Microsoft, using Communicator Web Access together with the company's Live Communications Server software will allow workers to access its IM system from any device connected to the Internet. Gupta called the introduction the next step in Microsoft's plan to provide "ubiquitous access to rich presence and an integrated communications experience."

Microsoft has previously highlighted Communicator as an indicator of the type of collaboration technology it is building into the next version of its Office business software. Due out sometime next year, Office 12 will arm workers with a variety of new options to communicate with co-workers when it is used alongside the Live Communications Server software, the company said.

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