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HP unveils enterprise tablet running Windows 10

As Microsoft prepares to roll out its Windows 10 operating system for PCs and tablets next month, HP is planning to launch an enterprise tablet running the OS in August.

Vidyo teams with Vuzix to bring wearables-based 'see-what-I-see' tech to the enterprise

Video collaboration company Vidyo is partnering with smartglasses maker Vuzix to bring wearables-based videoconferencing and "see-what-I-see" technology to enterprises.

Mobile broadband link key to new mobile stroke units in Cleveland and Houston

Mobile broadband links are key to two new moible stroke units being tested in Cleveland and Houston. When minutes count, the telemedicine broadband link enables patients to receive an immediate diagnosis from a neurologist.

Videoconferencing pitched as OTT killer

Mobile operators' ongoing battle against over-the-top service providers has a new battleground in the enterprise videoconferencing realm, where vendors are working to prove that not only are reliability and quality of service the domains of mobile network operators, but that operators can leverage those advantages to rake in revenues. 

Polycom to lead videoconferencing interoperability group

The future of videoconferencing is starting to look up, as Polycom and the major telecom carriers around the world join forces to take the complexity out of connecting systems. The newly formed Open

Video calling remains elusive

AT&T (NYSE: T) Bell Labs demonstrated video-conferencing as early as 1964 with the PicturePhone Mod 1, but it's only been in the last few years that the technology's cost and convenience factors

Teleconferencing takes off while flights are grounded

If there's any winner in the chaos created by the volcanic ash spewing out of Iceland, it is teleconferencing services. Stranded business travelers around the world are turning to audio and video

Has the meeting become obsolete?

The conventional business meeting is under siege, and the attacks are coming from every direction. On one front is the relentless onslaught of videoconferencing and telepresence technologies. On the

IT workers would take pay cut to telecommute

A new survey by Dice Holding has found that IT workers don't like commuting and in fact, 37 percent would be willing to take up to a 10 percent pay cut to work from home full time. With the high cost

Reducing unproductive travel time through technology

Travel is often a fact of life in corporate America, but not many people relish the idea of spending time away from home, eating hotel food and dealing with travel delays just to attend a meeting