Financial service provider The Guild Group has resumed its services after a four-year hiatus to implement SD-WAN and introduce cloud-based communication services to improve collaboration among its staff.
Poly has been leading the way in office voice conferencing equipment for 25 years, but a picture tells a thousand words. Now you can bring business-class high-def video to your conferences, even if space is constrained, with the EagleEye Mini USB camera.
Australian private cloud provider ITonCloud says it has become the country's first IT provider to offer the full functionality of Skype for Business, including voice, messaging and video capabilities, integrated into its virtual cloud desktop platform using Citrix.
By Sreeni Raghavan, CEO, TeleApps
For years, deploying a business telephony solution involved installing phone systems in comms rooms, dedihonycated cabling and handsets on desks. Controlled by a PBX in larger firms or operating as a key system for SMBs, this infrastructure delivered all that was required to support day-to-day activity.
As Microsoft grows beyond the desktop environment it has long dominated, Skype for Business is carving out a growing share of the market for unified communications. But with different deployment options, licensing models, and integration considerations, businesses must think carefully before taking the plunge.
Jabra has addressed the issue of open office noise with a range of Evolve headsets that help break the vicious open office noise circle.
Global ICT services and solutions provider Dimension Data has secured a multi-million-dollar enterprise-wide managed services agreement with Australian industry superannuation fund Hostplus.
Logitech has collaborated with Microsoft to build a Surface Pro 4 dock for Skype for Business room systems – it brings all the cables and controls to one point.
Microsoft's security update process appears to be back on track, with 18 updates released overnight, nine of which are classified as critical.
The latest VMware Horizon updates — including the introduction of a hybrid cloud service running in IBM's cloud — are said to reduce the cost and complexity of delivering and managing virtual applications and desktops, while still providing a great user experience.
Microsoft has acquired the management, reporting and analytics technology developed by Brisbane based Event Zero - a Unified Communications specialist focusing on Skype for business (formerly Lync).
Microsoft has launched of Skype for Business in Australia. Its message - to several hundred enthusiasts - was communicate and collaborate.
After Microsoft purchased Skype for US $8.5 billion back in 2011, many wondered when Microsoft’s Lync software would be folded in to Skype, or a separate business version of Skype. The date has been announced, and its in the ‘first half of 2015’.
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