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.
Top news stories for Jan. 27, 2014.
Quick takes on the latest Mobile IT news for Wednesday, 1/22 including: how mobility is changing web conferencing market, BYOD devices at the production level, the current state of LTE-capable antenna shipments and the predictions for its future, the 20 million increase for phablet shipments and who will dominate the market and where Apple's operating system stands in mobile ad revenue.
Brother is expanding its new cloud-based OmniJoin web conferencing service to support Apple's iOS-based mobile devices, such as the iPhone and iPad, according to Courtney Behrens, senior marketing manager at OmniJoin.
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
Even though it doesn't make any smartphones, networking giant Cisco is working to make sure that busy executives will soon be able to participate in web conferences without having to fire up their
This week, Cisco CEO John Chambers said that he expects Web 2.0 to drive the company's revenue and to contribute to significant growth--rekindling the type of surge that Cisco experienced during the
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
Getting teams to work together--especially teams from different areas of the company--can be challenging under the best of circumstances. Different viewpoints, different ways of working and
If users have been clamoring for Web conferencing but you've put it off for various network and security reasons, it may be a good time to re-evaluate and pull in the technology. The big benefit is