Slack, which has been building a reputation as an enterprise communications platform, is leaning more towards collaboration and unified communications with the acquisition of Screenhero.
Long live unified communications. Or not. No, really, some members of the technology industry are already predicting that unified communications is dying, if it's not already dead.
Running your unified communications system in the cloud is now an option but you should think hard about management, security and other issues to find out if it makes sense for your business.
Polycom introduced a handful of new products, including one that tracks how many people were in a meeting and how long they stayed.
IT staff are increasingly making buying UC decisions and they want their vendors to be using the products they're trying to sell.
BroadSoft this week announced that it acquired Leonid in a move that should give business users better management and administration tools.
The growth in revenue from enterprise communication services is not doing enough to offset the rapid decline in revenue from mobile voice services, says Infonetics Research.
The original point of communications convergence was to bring chat and document exchange under the auspices of the operating system. Now that this won't happen, here comes Plan B.
As more users move their everyday work and life functions from their PCs to their phones, the Web browser as we've come to know it plays a lesser role. That matters for the firms whose livelihoods depend on browsers.
Reassuring members of the Cisco faithful last week that his company's in the collaboration business as something more than a hobby, the CEO outlined his goals for ending remote conferencing as we know it.