The unified communications puzzle has come together via video conferencing and various messaging technologies.
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Some people love Google+'s new look, others hate it, but no one's indifferent to it.
The smartphone maker is bolstering its enterprise communications platform by expanding its offering to Microsoft's range of communications products, and IBM-based services.
Microsoft made available for download minor updates for its Skype application for Windows Phone 8, the Windows desktop and its SkyDrive storage cloud service.
Peter Blackmore says he will retire once the company finds his successor.
ShoreTel taps Apple-friendly trends in the enterprise space with a new docking station directed at iOS mobile users.
Venture capitalist and former CTIA CEO Tom Wheeler has been nominated to take over for Julius Genachowski at the FCC.
With AT&T and Google (among others) warming up for a gigabit Internet war, Cisco is jumping in the fray with some new products to support the speedy connections.
In this article Vijay Sharma, co-founder of Exotel, tells us how his cloud telephony app resolves the pain point of managing customers on inbound voice and SMS without the hassles of running a full fledged call center.
Users of Microsoft's Outlook.com email service can now make and receive Skype calls directly from their inbox.
As a result, Riverbed shares dropped by 9.5 percent to $13.44 after-hours trading.
Juniper's second quarter outlook looks light, but Broadcom blows away its first quarter targets. Polycom also better-than-expected.
Continuous communication across any device in any style you want--Facebook's messaging features make it the best choice for staying in touch.
Avaya contributes to the fabric networking buzz with a new option that should support up to tens of thousands of video streams versus just hundreds previously.
A project fresh out of Mozilla Labs should let website owners add customisable Skype-like real-time voice and chat capabilities.
Avaya's cloud-based collaboration apps can now be delivered through a full stack, plug-and-play model that should be able to be deployed within hours, versus days or months.