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Michael Finneran | January 27, 2015 |
While "mobile first" has been all the rage, at this point it seems to amount to little more than a slogan.

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Brian Riggs | January 26, 2015 |
Microsoft takes another shot at making PSTN calling and telephony features available to businesses subscribing to Office 365 and Lync Online.

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Irwin Lazar | January 22, 2015 |
Facebook's entry into the enterprise collaboration space threatens to disrupt the market, but it will need to address numerous concerns ranging from management, to security, to interoperability and extensibility to succeed.

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Beth Schultz | January 20, 2015 |
Using its network smarts, the service provider has created an enhanced WebRTC API open for third-party developers.

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Michelle Burbick | January 14, 2015 |
Synergy Research Group data shows Cisco has pulled ahead of Microsoft in the enterprise collaboration market.

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Will WebRTC Go Mobile?

Eric Krapf | January 27, 2015
Both the old stalwarts like AT&T and the newcomers like Talko find themselves facing a world where communications will occur across devices via interfaces that may or may not look like the telephony interfaces of old, across networks that truly are treating voice as just another type of IP traffic.

Mobile First? Make That Mobile Last

Michael Finneran | January 27, 2015
While "mobile first" has been all the rage, at this point it seems to amount to little more than a slogan.

 

Thinking of Phones

Dave Michels | January 27, 2015
Steve Kokinos, CEO of UCaaS innovator Thinking Phone Networks, gives us the lowdown on where the company is today and where it's headed.

PSTN Calling Re-Emerges for Lync Online

Brian Riggs | January 26, 2015
Microsoft takes another shot at making PSTN calling and telephony features available to businesses subscribing to Office 365 and Lync Online.

 

Selling UC, Using UC

Andrew Prokop | January 26, 2015
An inside look at how a systems integrator uses the enterprise communications products and services it sells

Sponsored Post: Global Connectivity for IP Infrastructure

Sponsored by Twilio | January 26, 2015
From instant provisioning of local numbers in 50 countries to a global low-latency infrastructure, the cloud brings a whole new approach to SIP Trunking.

 

Will Unified Communications be Eaten by Messaging?

Tsahi Levent -Levi | January 23, 2015 |
UC vendors come at solving communications from the wrong angle, and this is going to be their downfall.

The Enterprise Still Needs Landline Phones

Gary Audin | January 23, 2015 |
Recent Pew research finds the landline reigns supreme over cell/smartphones as one of the most useful tools for in-office workers.

When Communications and Shopping Meet Up

Beth Schultz | January 23, 2015 |
Aerohive builds up its Personalized Engagement Platform ecosystem, helps retailers communicate with and cater to shoppers.

Cellular Service: Trust Is Hard to Come By

Matt Brunk | January 23, 2015 |
Given how convoluted and complicated cell plans can be, getting a call center agent who cares is critically important.

Google to Resell Wireless Service… & What Else?

Michael Finneran | January 22, 2015 |
Google is reportedly poised to resell Sprint and T-Mobile wireless services, continuing its foray into communications.

Facebook Comes to Work

Irwin Lazar | January 22, 2015 |
Facebook’s entry into the enterprise collaboration space threatens to disrupt the market, but it will need to address numerous concerns ranging from management, to security, to interoperability and extensibility to succeed.

Why Social Media and UC Don't Mix

Hyoun Park | January 21, 2015 |
What's needed inside the enterprise is the same as outside in the social sphere -- but most unified communications platforms just aren't there yet.

Polycom Goes Further to Address Workplace of the Future

Zeus Kerravala | January 21, 2015 |
Extra steps that Polycom is taking to improve quality, usability, and interoperability should significantly help its competitive position in an increasingly crowded video collaboration market.
 

January 28, 2015
This Webinar will offer a practical guide to choosing a SIP Trunking provider, featuring a leading consultant with extensive experience in procuring SIP trunks for medium-size and larger enterprises. ...
January 14, 2015
As enterprises roll out Unified Communications systems-usually in deployments in which systems such as Microsoft Lync co-exist with legacy voice systems from Avaya, Cisco, and other vendors-their bid ...
December 3, 2014
Traditional SIP Trunking offerings have not evolved to keep pace with the modern expectations and requirements for the buyer. From painfully slow procurement processes, capacity limits, limited global...