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AOL Finally Launches AIM Pro for Business

This AOL news seemed to get smothered by the layoffs but it may be worth looking into if you're running an Exchange network or in need of enterprise IM. According to Gadgetell:

The service, which is free for anyone to use, integrates with Microsoft Outlook’s calendar and directory and access to WebEx voice and video conferencing and collaboration services. Currently there is one-to-one video conferencing but this is slated to expand to four-way conferencing in the near future. AIM Pro gives people the option of using their professional e-mail addresses as their AIM screen names. It also provides business-grade security and SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption and automatic antivirus file scanning.

AOL AIM Pro for Business Read more about the service here and download it here