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Melanie Turek | September 29, 2014 |
Results of a recent Frost & Sullivan survey show that interest in mobile software applications for employees remains strong.

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Bryant Harland- Technology Analyst at Mintel | September 29, 2014
The social tools that successfully translate qualities of intuitiveness, ease of use, and a user-driven framework into a business context are likely the ones that will push enterprise social software forward.

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Sponsored by SolarWinds | September 26, 2014
It's important to watch traffic entering and exiting interfaces where there is limited bandwidth and possible contention with lower priority traffic.

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Robin Gareiss | September 24, 2014 |
AT&T Network on Demand is a software defined network (SDN) offering that gives IT staff control of ordering new service, or increasing/decreasing bandwidth in near-real time.

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Feeling Insecure about Security

Fred Knight | September 30, 2014
As we move from siloed communications into the world of unified communications, the challenges will become a lot more complex.

Software and Middleware as Communications' Future

Eric Krapf | September 30, 2014
We believe middleware platforms are going to represent opportunities for enterprises to modernize communications capabilities without going out and committing to a whole new horizontal platform.

 

Talko, and Using Your Voice

Matt Krebs | September 30, 2014
It is the power and ubiquity of voice, and the possibility of shifting how we use our phones and our voices, that is driving Talko and its founder, Ray Ozzie.

Cisco Stays One Step Ahead In The Cloud Race

Zeus Kerravala | September 30, 2014
Cisco has significantly expanded its partner ecosystem, added new offerings and put some money up to help with the adoption of the services.

 

Mobile Apps Go Mainstream in the Workplace

Melanie Turek | September 29, 2014
Results of a recent Frost & Sullivan survey show that interest in mobile software applications for employees remains strong.

The Evolution of the Social Enterprise: How Data Will Rule Business Communications

Bryant Harland- Technology Analyst at Mintel | September 29, 2014
The social tools that successfully translate qualities of intuitiveness, ease of use, and a user-driven framework into a business context are likely the ones that will push enterprise social software forward.

 

Sponsored Post: Fundamentals of VoIP Monitoring and Troubleshooting, Part 4

Sponsored by SolarWinds | September 26, 2014 |
It's important to watch traffic entering and exiting interfaces where there is limited bandwidth and possible contention with lower priority traffic.

Voice Mail Via Email - Cautionary Tales

Matt Brunk | September 26, 2014 |
While voice mail and FAX to email are low-hanging fruit, they stand to create high-end issues if the security and administration are ignored.

Redefining Broadband

Gary Audin | September 26, 2014 |
Broadband access technologies have evolved to the point that 4Mbps seems slow. Even 10Mbps seems slow.

Oracle Plays Small Ball with the Acme Packet 1100

Zeus Kerravala | September 25, 2014 |
The release of the Acme Packet 1100 opens the addressable market for Oracle to play small ball and go after a group of customers and locations that it could not have before.

Contextual Communications: Ranking Interruptions

Andrew Prokop | September 25, 2014 |
The trick to adding meaning to interruptions is finding the relevant context of those interruptions.

The Tail and the Dog Have Officially Traded Places

Michael Finneran | September 24, 2014 |
As I walked past the mob at the Apple store, it really struck me how much the mobile experience has surpassed the desktop-laptop experience.

AT&T's Network on Demand: Faster, More Scalable Services

Robin Gareiss | September 24, 2014 |
AT&T Network on Demand is a software defined network (SDN) offering that gives IT staff control of ordering new service, or increasing/decreasing bandwidth in near-real time.

Hidden Problems with Project Management: Is Your Project in Jeopardy?

Melissa Swartz | September 24, 2014 |
Many times, the project plan created by the vendor’s project managers is not complete in scope. It does not address all of the tasks required of all the involved parties.
 

October 8, 2014
Today's fast pace of business combined with an environment of constant change creates stress on even the highest performing organizations. Join us for this interactive webinar to learn how to successf...
September 24, 2014
Distributed enterprises face a long list of challenges when deploying UC services to remote offices, including survivability, security and performance. IT managers need flexible and reliable solutions...
September 10, 2014
Cloud solutions offer companies the unprecedented ability to forego the costly and painful process of updating their contact centers every few years in order to maintain some semblance of modernity, i...