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Approximately five minutes before the meeting starts, you'll open the Jabber program and the internet information that was sent to you to access the meeting.
Once our IT team took over, they also found Jabber to be highly responsive in helping to make our appliance accessible inside and outside the home office.
With 50 employees, Jabber is on the cusp of shedding the startup label.
Jabber is a leading provider of real-time presence and messaging solutions.
In addition to the Jabber protocol--a standard described by some as "the Linux of instant messaging"--the Jabber universe includes:
Antepo and Jabber, both providers of carrier grade wireless and wireline presence and communications solutions, have been chosen by Portuguese ISP Clix to supply an Instant Messaging platform.
The Jabber XCP multi-protocol presence server allows ooVoo users to immediately see the presence of a friend or colleague online and click-to-video call, click-to-instant message, or start a group chat, ensuring a high-quality experience for video, voice, and chat messaging to its customers.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-8 May 2001-France Telecom to acquire 23% stake in Jabber.
4 release of the Jabber Extensible Communications Platform[TM] (Jabber XCP[TM]).
Commercial-grade, secure IM solutions are available now to wean companies off public IM," said Dave Uhlir, vice president of marketing at Jabber, Inc.
The CSIA nominated the Jabber Extensible Communications Platform[TM] (Jabber XCP[TM]) for the 2008 Most Innovative Technology Product Award.
today announced that Privacy Networks is delivering a simple, safe, and cost-effective archiving appliance for the Jabber Extensible Communications Platform[TM] (Jabber XCP[TM]) presence and enterprise instant messaging (EIM) solution.
This federal knowledge combined with his state and local business experience will enable him to assist in further establishing Jabber as the leading presence and messaging solution for the government market.
Some of the early adopters of presence-based applications were telecommunications companies who wanted to integrate presence and messaging into their consumer offerings," said Paul Guerin, chief executive officer of Jabber.