By tag : Mobility

As I write this, we’re just over a week away from Interop , and like the week before any kind of major deadline, there’s a flurry of activity to put...
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rob hemmerich
Enterprise communications are evolving. Nothing is as it used to be. Employees are more mobile; 82% of enterprises plan to offer mobile workstyles to...
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Lizardo Espinosa
As mentioned in my previous blog , the consumer-driven “ bring your own device” (BYOD) phenomenon is not without risk. The potential exposure to...
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Vicki Vaughn
Yes, it’s the end of the personal computer era as we know it. I’m sure that for many it is a surprise that the personal computer era is coming to an...
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Vicki Vaughn
In historical and cross-cultural context, collaboration and conversation are inherently understood - they represent personal interactions that have...
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Ed Youngblood
It seems that every year there is a new flavor of 802.11 for wireless devices. This year is no different with 802.11ac, the newest standard for next-...
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Vicki Vaughn
Does it really matter who owns the devices employees use to do their jobs? The BYOD discussion has moved from being a necessary discussion to a...
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Ed Youngblood
I had the opportunity to visit one of my customers last week, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh at UPMC . (For those of you who have not read it, you...
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rob hemmerich
Two years ago, tablets and smartphones - part of the global BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon - sparked a radical change in the enterprise...
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Xavier Martin
So for a few weeks this year a huge number of people used every form of communications device available to watch the Olympics which took place in the...
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Manish Sablok