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  • Creating a fluid mobile platform strategy to manage mobile diversity Creating a fluid mobile platform strategy to manage mobile diversity
    Why is creating a mobile platform strategy so important? A mobile platform is not just the individual device or operating system (OS) it runs, but it encompasses an ecosystem that includes the end user, the IT infrastructure and the app environment—all contained in the most cost-effective, manageable and secure package. This definition provides the basis for creating a mobile platform strategy.
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  • UC, Enterprise Collaboration Markets Predicted to Keep Growing Fast UC, Enterprise Collaboration Markets Predicted to Keep Growing Fast
    Unified communications is on the move. The unified communications (UC) segment is forecast to grow from $22.8 billion in 2011 to $61.9 billion by 2018, according to Transparency Market Research. UC is viewed by businesses of all sizes as a way to cut costs and improve both productivity and collaboration. It cuts costs by using the latest Internet technologies instead…
  • The Roundup: Video Collaboration Removes Geographic Barriers
    Businesses have long relied on face-to-face interactions in order to solve problems and establish closer working relationships. In today’s increasingly global economy, however, geographic proximity can be a barrier to those cherished one-on-one interactions. Thanks to the many solutions offered on the High Tech Highway, specifically telepresence, interactions with customers and employees are no longer restricted by geography. In today’s…
  • Cloud Collaboration Tools: Big Hopes, Big Needs
    The online cloud-based collaboration services market is heating up. Established software vendors -- think Google, Microsoft and IBM, as well as new entrants to the space -- are building impressive client lists that include large enterprises across the vertical spectrum.   This isn't just vendors trying to one-up each other -- there's a real and growing market demand for these…