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Harmon.ie launches unified communications tool to corral data, content

Between cloud services, BYOD, and on-site software, workers use a large and often fragmented collection of apps and services to get things done during the course of a workday. Unfortunately, the "mishmash" approach means employees struggle to find what they need when they need it and sometimes resort to  workarounds if they can't get satisfaction with IT-sanctioned products. 

5 tips for choosing the right unified communications solution

Looking for a new unified communications solution? Here are five expert tips on what to watch out for.

News Scan: Hospitals mull smartphones for nurses; Can you hear me now?; more

Quick rundown on the latest mobile IT news for Wednesday, 3/26 including: more than half of hospitals in the works to evaluate enterprise-class nursing smartphone products over the next year and a half, the lag in smartphone audio development, the demand for softphones, tablets and UC clients for enterprises, open standards sought by mobile enterprise app platform providers and Intel's acquisition of a wearable healthcare device supplier.

Time to unleash the potential of BYOD and UC

Enterprises should support unified communications functions for BYOD devices. It is time for enterprises to overcome their reluctance to deploy mobile UC on employee-owned devices and unleash the power of their workforce.

VoIP security often overlooked by enterprises

The security of voice-over-IP infrastructure is often overlooked by enterprises, yet hackers can successfully exploit unprotected IP networks, warns Jon Arnold, principal with J Arnold & Associates.

UC deployments stressing enterprise Wi-Fi networks, warns Ixia

LAS VEGAS--The expansion of unified communications platforms in the enterprise has placed a lot of stress on Wi-Fi networks.

Mobile UC benefits and challenges enterprises

ORLANDO, Fla.--While mobile IT is not a focus of discussions here at EnterpriseConnect 2013, it is an undercurrent of a number of topics being addressed here, such as mobile unified communications.

HP launches mobility-UC workshops for enterprises

ORLANDO, Fla.--HP launched on Tuesday mobility-unified communications workshops for enterprises as part of its technology services consulting business.

ShoreTel catches up to other UC vendors with iPad support

ShoreTel is now supporting Apple's iPad on its unified communications and conferencing platforms.