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Dimension Data Delves into Digital Disruption

July 25, 2017
By Blair Pleasant
Recent study finds need for productivity gains is strongest driver of worksty... More »

UC&C Leader Leapfrog?

July 25, 2017
By Scott Gode
How an Amazon build or Slack buy could affect the industry

Don't Ignore AT&T's Latest Business Service Guide Update!

July 24, 2017
By D.E. Boehling
Read your July 17 email to discover how the carrier treats new network and dat... More »

Hyperconvergence & UC: Radically Simplifying Your Infrastructure

July 24, 2017
By Zeus Kerravala
Once primarily put in place for virtual desktop infrastructure, HCI is now ha... More »


Lantre Barr, founder and CEO of Blacc Spot Media, urges any enterprise that's been on the fence about integrating real-time communications into business workflows to jump off and get started. Tune and discover why this longtime WebRTC consultant feels the time is now.
Communications expert Tsahi Levent-Levi, author of the popular BlogGeek.me blog, keeps a running tally and comprehensive overview of communications platform-as-a-service offerings in his "Choosing a WebRTC API Platform" report, recently updated. Based on what he knows of these offerings and enterprise use cases, he shares suggestions on how to approach the CPaaS decision.
If you think telecom expense management applies to nothing more than business phone lines, think again. Hyoun Park, founder and principal investigator with technology advisory Amalgam Insights, tells us why this paradigm works for so much other IT spend, from mobile licenses to cloud telephony, the Internet of Things, and beyond.
Enterprises strategizing on mobility today, including for internal collaboration, don't have the luxury of learning as they go. Tony Rizzo, enterprise mobility specialist with Blue Hill Research, explains why they need to get it right from the start -- and provides tips on how to make that happen.

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