The unified communications puzzle has come together via video conferencing and various messaging technologies.
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While technology has thoroughly infused the workplace, its strategic adoption and meaningful application by the typical worker is actually just beginning. Here's how the digital workplace will look this year.
Microsoft announced that Lync and Skype would soon be able to share video, as well as voice and IM. So how will it work?
Microsoft plans to release its Lync unified communications app for Android tablets this summer. It also will deliver federated video across Lync and Skype before the end of 2014.
UPDATED: The ShoreTel Sky for Salesforce application in particular will enable users to be able to automatically log all calls, voicemails and SMS messages.
The Delhi High Court calls for laws to adapt to changing times, since they were last formed when technology was nascent.
Microsoft offers a progress report on its work to fix some of the annoyances in Skype instant-messaging/chat.
The CC3000e ConferenceCam allows you to make full use of your meeting rooms for video conferencing, without paying telepresence-style prices.
Offering multi-device support and more features, will messaging apps like LINE and Facebook Messenger, may snatch users away from WhatsApp?
Microsoft adds new features to its Lync enterprise communications solution several times a year: to get most of them, you need to stay up to date with Lync client updates.
The endless parade of technologies to improve workforce collaboration has certainly led to the shrinking of time and distance, but has it actually let to a long-term increase in engagement and business performance? What should enterprises do today?
Microsoft is advising those still running Windows RT 8.1 preview to come and get the final version of Outlook 2013 RT before the Windows RT 8.1 preview expires in January 2014.
Cisco and Mozilla reps declared that the free, open distribution of the codec enables streaming of real-time online video from the browser without plugins.
It's Microsoft musical-management chairs time again. The latest move to monitor: Gurdeep Singh Pall is the new head of engineering and operations for Microsoft's Skype business.
The processor maker has backed a new report that declares, quite simply, "The Internet of Things is an idea whose time has ﬁnally come."
But it wasn't all smiles on the Q3 report as business customer revenue declined annually and sequentially.