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Government officials from country's State Council say small-scale commercial pilot will be rolled out by end-2013, with large-scale deployment to follow before end of 2015.
Social networking giant now offers Skype video chat, but industry watchers say the new deal simply part of business strategy, rather than groundbreaking technology.
Social increasingly permeating enterprise communications, but e-mail--"basic" and "necessary"--remains top form of interaction, analysts say.
Small and midsize businesses able to reap same benefits from videoconferencing technology as bigger counterparts, but barriers to adoption still exist, note analysts.
update Service providers form Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC) to enable interoperability between telepresence and video conferencing systems.
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Companies and employees reject notion of lower salaries for mobile workers, noting that telecommuting will yield the same, if not greater, productivity.
With World IPv6 Day approaching, industry players advise how companies both large and small can prepare themselves for the newer Internet protocol, and reiterate most users will not be affected.
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newsmaker No stranger to implementing large-scale IT projects, BT Global Services' CEO for Southeast Asia Stephen Yeo is open to working, for free, on initiatives to drive learning using technology.
Following its major outage last Wednesday, which affected the majority of Skype's user base, the Internet telephony company's services have since "stabilized" and are back online.
British Telecom says its home-working employee scheme helped improve productivity and hire talent without geographical limitations, while giving staff flexibility of balancing career with personal responsibilities.
Skype is on a partnership tear as it has inked a broad partnership with Avaya on the business side and reportedly has an integration deal with Facebook in the works.
Some Southeast Asian markets can't anticipate Web addresses required for future growth, says analyst who adds countries must look at Internet and mobile usage growth to maintain long-term economic growth.
As Singapore's next-generation national broadband network deployment continues afoot, the three local telcos share with ZDNet Asia their plans to tap the fast-speed fiber to differentiate their offerings.
Joint venture is designed to compete with Cisco Systems after its recent acquisition of Tandberg, and bring companies inexpensive videoconferencing services.
The business security suite gets refreshed web-client protection and secure remote-access tools with Threat Management Gateway 2010 and Unified Access Gateway 2010
The next year or two will see unified communications adoption among mainstream enterprise users outpace today's adoption by cutting-edge users.
Malaysians can now purchase Skype credits with points from local payment services provider MOL AccessPortal, bypassing need for credit cards.
Enterprise caution on IT spend in next two years will drive growth of hosted unified communications services in the Asia-Pacific region, predicts Frost & Sullivan.
Web 2.0 content and services bring benefits to Internet protocol television, but there are challenges in implementation, says an industry player.
Four months into Commander's 'turnaround' plan, CEO Amanda Lacaze is confident that the ailing IT services company is heading for better days.