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March 6, 2012 by

Logitech focuses on businesses with BH320 earbuds

PC peripheral and accesory maker Logitech has launched its first enterprise-focused product as it looks to capitalise on the growth of the unified comms market.Alan Smith, group business manager of emerging markets at Logitech, told ZDNet UK on Tuesday that the company is combating sluggish growth in the webcam and keyboard peripherals market by launching a new range of products aimed at enterprises, as well as small and medium sized businesses (SMBs).

January 31, 2012 by

Cisco, storage and cognitive dissonance

Cisco encourages companies to build their public, private and hybrid clouds on its routers, switches and servers, but doesn't have any storage technology itself, which could be a mistake.Almost three years ago the networking company started selling servers under the Unified Computing System (UCS) moniker.

December 20, 2011 by

BT scores £100m European Parliament deal

BT has begun supplying €120m worth of networked IT kit, software and services to the European Parliament under a five-year agreement, the company said on Tuesday.The deal, worth £100m at current exchange rates, involves two framework contracts that have seen BT Global Services take over the provision of IP telephony, unified communications, videoconferencing, telepresence, security and internet access services at the parliament's Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg sites.

June 20, 2011 by

Logitech partners with Jabra on unified communications gear

Logitech on Tuesday outlined plans to partner with GN Netcom's Jabra to create headsets and speakerphones to better compete in the unified communications market.For Jabra, the Logitech partnership is a material event that will better enable the company to compete with Plantronics.

June 10, 2011 by

Avaya plans $1bn IPO

The networking and unified communications firm intends to become a public company for the second time, it said on Thursday

March 8, 2011 by

Tesco in talks over facial recognition tech for stores

The supermarket giant Tesco is examining facial recognition technology that could help it recognise high-value shoppers and shoplifters, according to NEC.NEC senior marketing coordinator George Gimenez told ZDNet UK at the Unified Communications (UC) Expo 2011 in London that Tesco is interested in the technology, called Neoface, because it could help the company identify its top customers as they walk into a branch.

March 8, 2011 by

Britannic launches cloud-based PBX service

The communications company Britannic Technologies has launched a hosted telephony platform called netPBX.Unveiled on Tuesday at the Unified Communications (UC) Expo in London, netPBX is a subscription-based service aimed at home workers and branch locations.

February 9, 2011 by

Next-gen firewalls go head-to-head

A pair of security vendors, Palo Alto Networks and Sourcefire, debated the various merits of their approaches to unified security live on stage at NetEvents in Barcelona today.The spirited debate was moderated by Rick Moy, CEO of security testing company NSS Labs, and saw two fundamentally different approaches to securing the enterprise datacentre with next-generation firewalls compared.

November 18, 2010 by

Facebook unified messaging increases security risk

Facebook's new unified messaging system provides an even bigger lure for hackers and fraudsters, according to web security company Sophos.The messaging system — unveiled on Monday — is designed to integrate Facebook messages, email and IM chats alongside other non-Facebook messaging services but this could increase the risk of user privacy, according to Graham Cluley, a senior technology consultant at Sophos.

September 16, 2010 by

We've Flared our competitors: Avaya

The managing director of Avaya's Australian division has thrown down the gauntlet to rivals like Cisco, claiming his company has no competition when it comes to the next generation of unified communications solutions.

September 14, 2010 by

Foreign Office gives £82m IT contract to C&W Worldwide

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has signed an £82m, five and a half year contract with Cable&Wireless Worldwide to provide communications for the government department.C&WW will provide a suite of internet telephony and data services, including managed video conferencing, unified communications, security, mobility and cloud-based application services, to the FCO, the company said on Tuesday.


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