New Wainhouse Research Survey Reveals Microsoft Has a Commanding Lead in Unified Communications Race

Up to now there’s not much marketshare related information on the UC space. This is one of the first I’ve seen and surely will cause a lot of discussion. Nevertheless the first stake is in the ground …

… Wainhouse Research has published a new report, “Rich Media Metrics 2007,” which is an assessment of customer trends and preferences in the Rich Media Conferencing and Collaboration space. In a June 2007 survey of companies large and small, 160 end users revealed which unified communications platforms users are considering buying and which they are rejecting. …

Source: Wainhouse



Unified Communications solutions in the enterprise.

… Survey responses indicate that Microsoft has a commanding lead in the enterprise unified communications space with 48% of those surveyed stating that they are currently using or considering to use Microsoft OCS within their organization as compared to 35% currently using or considering to use Cisco UPC and 24% currently using or considering to use IBM Lotus Sametime. …

Source : http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/070808/0287849.html 

Kudo’s: MSGoodies

Peter de Haas
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2 reacties

  1. Peter, where would you position your ICA with Nortel in this space? It would appear this research has taken the primary toolset but not considered the integrated picture (i.e. nortel/cisco/avaya etc. with OCS/LCS/Sametime etc.)

  2. Stu,
    I think you are right in your assumption. I have not read the quoted research report and only have the information published in the quoted article.
    I also assume that the reserachers have looked at the different vendors / solutions in isolation.
    If I find out more about this I will certainly post on this …

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