Microsoft is throwing more fuel on the instant-messaging fire.
The Redmond, Wash.-based company on Thursday released sample code and new controls to show how IM and presence can be integrated into everyday business applications. The releases aren’t new code or new products per se, but proof-of-concept tools for developers and VARs to show how line-of-business applications can be fortified with Microsoft Live Communication Server on the back end, said Marc Sanders, senior product manager for Microsoft’s realtime collaboration group.
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Should you still not be totally convinced about Microsoft intensions and speed in this space.