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Covering Unified Communications - From Our Industry Experts

  • New Headset for Unified Communication Strategies
    Unified Communications (UC) brings together different communication devices such as mobile phones, landlines and conferencing into a single integrated application. To make the most of UC, it is important to have the right tools such as a high quality headset. This is why many manufacturers are creating high-end headsets that come with amplifiers and noise canceling technologies.
    4/23/2014
  • Cognizant Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire itaas
    Cognizant, a provider of information technology, consulting, and business process outsourcing services, is all set to acquire itaas, a digital video solutions company headquartered in Atlanta.
    4/23/2014
  • Business Conversations Need Voice and Visual Information Too
    With all the new forms of access to text information and messaging, including email, SMS, social, IM, unified messaging, voice-to-text messaging, etc., one wonders what will happen to traditional voice-only conversations over the telephone. Don't worry too much, because such voice communication contacts are still efficient and important for person-to-person interactions. Whether done over the legacy PSTN, over VoIP connections, or with mobile devices, voice conversations will always be important and necessary. The only thing is that sometimes voice conversation alone is just not enough to do the job!
    4/21/2014
  • Unified Communications Week in Review
    It's a short week with the Easter weekend upon us meaning we have just three stories that came up this week in the unified communications industry. Let's take a look.
    4/19/2014
  • Unified Communications Week in Review
    It's a short week with the Easter weekend upon us meaning we have just three stories that came up this week in the unified communications industry. Let's take a look.
    4/19/2014
  • UC, VoIP Threats Have Evolved
    Unified Communications (UC) and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) threats have evolved over the past half-dozen years. In response to the trend, Mark Collier, CTO of SecureLogix Corporation and co-author of "Hacking Exposed: Unified Communications & Voice Over IP Security Secrets and Solutions," noted that the second edition of the book focuses on UC application security issues.
    4/16/2014
  • Review of MegaPAC L2 : The First Portable Workstation
    The first portable workstation, MegaPAC L2, has been created by a company called ACME portable. It was first showcased in the NAB 2014 show in Las Vegas.
    4/14/2014
  • Intellinote's New User Interface Unifies Workspaces
    An overhauled UI provides users with a clean, modern interface, a revised layout and a new color scheme that promises to increase Intellinote's usability and responsiveness, tremendously.
    4/14/2014
  • Unified Communications Week in Review
    The weekend is here, which means it's time to take a look at the interesting news events that happened this week in the unified communications industry, where we saw some interesting moves from companies to expand into UC for the future.
    4/12/2014
  • ANPI and INDATEL Create New Strategic Alliance
    The Hosted Unified Communication market is growing by leaps and bounds. Small and big businesses, including start-ups, are tapping the many benefits of the Hosted Unified Communications services.
    4/11/2014
  • File Sharing Becomes More User Friendly with Sitedrop
    When Dropbox was first released in 2008, it was a revolutionary breakthrough in file sharing. The time-saving benefit of automatically updating files for the team as they were modified, added or deleted was much easier than emailing the files as attachments or using version control.
    4/10/2014
  • Mutualink's Communications Platform Enhances K-12 Schools' Safety and Security
    Recently, Mutualink, an IP-based multimedia overlay network launched a secure multi-media communications platform in order to enhance K-12 schools' safety and security.
    4/9/2014
  • Huawei Outlines its Vision to Support the Growth of Omani Enterprises
    Technology solutions associated with new trends like bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and Unified Communication are crucial for mid-market enterprises to strive for success in a highly competitive landscape.
    4/9/2014
  • A Peek into Jupiter Systems' Canvas 2.0
    Business intelligence is a key differentiator for successful companies in today's competitive environment. Business intelligence is the data that every company needs in order to make the best strategic decisions that will serve the company's interests in both the short- and long-term. To make smart decisions, companies need the most accurate and real-time business intelligence. To meet the needs of such companies for high-quality business intelligence, a company called Jupiter Systems has released software called Canvas 2.0.
    4/7/2014

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