Unified Communications (UC) services provider Modality Systems is overhauling the telephony and contact centre platforms at natural health products company Blackmores aimed at giving the company’s employees new ways of meeting and collaborating anywhere.
Sharp Australia, the local arm of the Japanese electronics firm, has released the first Windows Collaboration Display, a 4K 70" display that is certified for Skype for Business, is smart-building ready and also explores the potential of IoT devices to make meetings more productive.
Verizon videoconferencing subsidiary BlueJeans has announced a core set of new features for meeting security, engagement, and time management aimed at augmenting the work from home (WFH) experience.
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