The Infonetics and Synergy findings coincide with those of a new enterprise VoIP user survey by Nemertes Research, in which ShoreTel clobbered
Cisco, Avaya, and Nortel for the third year in a row in all categories: cost/value, technology, ease of implementation and troubleshooting, management tools, customer service, performance, solution experience, product features, and channel partner expertise.
BRITISH drivers are being clobbered
by the steepest tax rises in Europe, a poll says.
If we get into the situation where we're clobbered
by this football budget, we might not be able to attend some of these invitationals,'' Archey said.
The handicapper seems to have made the most of my purple patch and clobbered
the whole string.
Nearly 4 billion years ago, a fusillade of debris clobbered
by their own infectious germs, viruses called
THE four Olympians who made their pro debuts in the ring at the weekend have been clobbered
by Audley Harrison - the only boxers ever to be clobbered
by Audley Harrison The BBC made a huge gaffe in shelling out pounds 1million of Jonathan Ross's money to former Olympic hero Audley for his first 10 pro bouts - more punches have been thrown in an episode of Miss Marple.
Then the Golden Globe Awards, the People's Choice Awards, and the Grammy Awards were all clobbered
in the ratings by original episodes of ``Housewives,'' which aired opposite each of the ceremonies.
He has not won a race for nearly three years and the handicapper seems to have clobbered
him almost every time he has finished second this season.
Like many other IT organizations, our clients are getting clobbered
by spam and are confused as to which solution will work best to secure their messaging environments," commented Eric Korb, Tabula Rosa's product marketing manager.
Speaking of which, Ian Beale gets clobbered
by a large cake tonight - not for the first time in his life and almost certainly not the last.
Chivas, owner of the league's worst record, clobbered
MLS' other expansion club, scoring three second-half goals for a 5-1 victory Saturday in front of 8,214 at Home Depot Center.
Following CBS MarketWatch's familiar tagline "the story behind the numbers," the book is comprised of real stories of ordinary Americans who got clobbered
in the market and the common sense strategies of those who survived.
You can easily lose sight of an enemy, only to get clobbered
in the back of the head by some pipe-wielding henchman.
Watching her boyfriend get clobbered
by a 300 pound opponent hell-bent on doing him harm "gets harder the deeper we get involved," Harmon says.