CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Lucent Technologies spinoff Avaya said Thursday it will acquire software maker Quintus for $30 million. Quintus, which also filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday, makes customer-relationship management software, which automates front office, sales, marketing and customer service activities.Quintus is the second acquisition by Avaya since spinning off from Lucent. In January, the maker of communications equipment for businesses bought VPNet for $120 million. VPNet makes equipment for virtual private networks, which allow businesses to securely use a public network, including the Internet, to link branch offices and remote workers. As part of the Quintus acquisition, Avaya said it will assume up to $30 million in Quintus' liabilities.
With the HM3700's voice controls you can answer and reject calls just by saying "Answer" and "Ignore." Other voice commands include "Pair mode" to enter pairing mode, "Redial" to redial the last number on the primary phone, "Redial two" to redial the last number on the secondary phone, "Phone voice command" to access the voice dialing feature of the primary phone, "Phone voice command two" to access the voice dialing feature of the secondary phone, "What time is it?" to check the current time (only available when adult-ish funny quote iphone case using the FreeSync app), and "Cancel" to cancel the previous voice command..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. McAfee Falcon to challenge Windows Live OneCare. This morning, security vendor McAfee announced a new online security service designed to go head-to-head with Microsoft's Windows Live OneCare. McAfee's new online service, code-named Falcon, will debut this summer and include next-generation antivirus, antispyware, and preventative "threat watch" technologies delievered automatically to your desktop via online subscription. The McAfee service does not, however, include the diagnostic and recovery services found in the Microsoft service. McAfee joins Symantec, which previously announced its own online service, code-named Genesis, in offering a brand-name alternative to Microsoft's first major foray into the security software market space. Other security vendors are expected to announced their own online services shortly.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 can enable 4K portrait mode video, Here's what Google Lens can do with Snapdragon 855 and 5G, The bendable glass that’s shaping up to cover foldable phones, Hulu's next commercial break may be whenever you pause your binge, Top 5 things we adult-ish funny quote iphone case want to see in the Aquaman movie, Sonos Amp is wireless streaming for grown-ups, 3 ways to get more Google Drive storage for free, Inside a studio photoshoot of a luxury $25,000 watch, Gold iPhone XS Max vs, other gold iPhones, iPhone XS vs, iPhone XR vs, iPhone XS Max: How to choose..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Another season, another CTIA. The CTIA Enterprise & Applications show has always been smaller than the larger, more high-profile CTIA Wireless show in the spring. This week's San Diego show lost its headline act when Samsung Electronics and Google cancelled their big announcement, but other companies such as AT&T and T-Mobile stepped in to fill the void. CTIA Chief Executive Steve Largent kicked off the show with yet another call for more spectrum, a theme that was hammered home on multiple occasions and by multiple telecom executives this week.
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - tel. 02.34.94.977
organizzazione tecnica: Traveller Tree - Milano
licenza Regione Lombardia nr. 25264 24.11.1988
Polizza R.C. CEA - nr 58688
p.iva IT 08772890151