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messaging

the practice of sending and receiving written communications by computer or mobile phone

messaging

[′mes·ij·iŋ]
(communications)
Electronic communication in which a message is sent directly to its destination without being stored en route.
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"We've been working with the mobile industry to upgrade the messaging experience on Android with RCS," said Anil Sabharwal, Vice President for Communications Products and Photos at Google.
A close investigation would reveal that the same note has been rattling around the popular messaging tool for sometime now.
It has taken OTT messaging about five years to reach this point; BlackBerry Messenger was launched in 2007, and a number of other messaging apps have launched at various intervals since then.
"Growth in mobile messaging volumes remains a consistent bright spot in the mobile wireless environment," said Charles Landry, vice president and general manager of products and innovation for VeriSign's Messaging and Mobile Media division.
The IMS-ready IMSC messaging application server supports the major Instant Messaging (IM) protocols.
Additionally, AT&T customers who send most of their messages to other AT&T subscribers can add unlimited mobile-to-mobile messaging to a messaging plan for just $5 more a month.
The word is out about text messaging to cell phones, which explains why more companies are jumping on board.
For teens, instant messaging extends opportunities to communicate with friends and expands their social world, Kraut suggests.
Glenayre Messaging, a division of Glenayre Technologies, Inc.(NASDAQ: GEMS) and a messaging solutions provider, announced on Thursday (2 February) it will unveil Versera Active Messaging, its interactive voice and video messaging solution, at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on 13-16 February, 2006.
Mobile 365, a leader in mobile messaging and data services, has announced the launch of the next-generation APEX Mobile Data Network.
All this hype around e-mail has made the messaging server the most critical application in the data center and has also made it a popular topic in board room discussions with regards to managing corporate risk for compliance and litigation.
There are two basic types of architecture used for unified messaging. The most common, common message store (CMS), places all messages into the user's e-mail message store.