Displaying items by tag: Video conferencing

Zoom Video Communications, announced the launch of Zoom Phone Appliances, a new category of hardware optimised for the hybrid workforce, from home offices to shared huddle spaces, addressing use cases across industries.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

If you have one of the new 2021 iPad Pro models, Zoom allows use of the new Centre Stage capability of the front facing camera, while 12.9-inch iPad Pros can see more people in the Gallery View.

Published in Apps

Since COVID-19 restrictions were introduced in March last year, more online Australians have increased their use of telehealth consultations and video conferencing/calling.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

INTERVIEW: Bitrix24 is an impressive all-in-one business workspace that delivers 35+ intergrated tools, challenging just about every major online player with an offering that does just about everything, and keeps on growing.

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INTERVIEW: Bitrix24 is an impressive all-in-one business workspace that delivers 35+ intergrated tools, challenging just about every major online player with an offering that does just about everything, and keeps on growing.

Published in Business IT

An Australian data centra has been launched by RingCentral, along with with Video and Rooms apps "to address regional demand for remote working solutions".

Published in Business IT

Video comms company Zoom has announced financial results for the fourth quarter ended January 31, 2021, and says it marked "a string finish to an unprecedented year for Zoom", which has Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, Jitsi, Bitrix24, Skype and so many other players in the video space fighting for supremacy.

Published in Business IT

British cloud-based audio, video and Web conferencing firm Babl has opened an office in Melbourne to provide localised services for companies that have a need for their services.

Published in Business Software

Communications and collaboration software market spending in Australia is forecast to grow 20% year-on-year in 2020 amidst the COVID-19 crisis, bucking the trend of a decline in spending on most of the country’s ICT solutions.

Published in Business Software
The classification of work means that businesses need high bandwidth, high availability to access the Internet.
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An Australian-founded claimed “disruptive” alternative to video conferencing, The Virtual Conference Network, has been launched to provide risk mitigation, improved flexibility, new post-event revenue streams - and “optimal cost-effectiveness” to conference organisers, business leaders and peak bodies.

Published in Strategy

The 2020 finalists in the communications industry’s premier awards for excellence - the ACOMMS - have been announced by the telecommunications lobby group Communications Alliance.

Published in Market

Global communications firm Poly - formerly known as Plantronics and Polycom) has released new devices to facilitate the use of Zoom and Microsoft Teams for conferencing and chatting.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Zoom Video Communications, which has come under pressure during the coronavirus pandemic as various flaws in its software have been revealed, has announced that it will be acquiring secure messaging and file-sharing service Keybase for an undisclosed sum in a bid to improve its security.

Published in Business Software
Friday, 17 April 2020 09:44

Verizon Business to acquire BlueJeans Network

The business division of US telecommunications giant Verizon has decided to acquire cloud-based video conferencing and event platform BlueJeans Network.

Expenditure by end users on IT infrastructure — server and enterprise storage systems — will decline in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the global market intelligence firm IDC says.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 25 March 2020 18:59

How to rapidly support a distributed workforce

GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Adam Fuoss, vice president technical sales Silver Peak: As Australian businesses adapt to the changing dynamics of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the unprecedented shift toward remote working is creating a mass exodus of employees out of branch offices into their homes. Employees are quickly having to adapt to communicating and collaborating in new ways to maintain business productivity.

Wednesday, 25 March 2020 18:44

How to rapidly support a distributed workforce

GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Adam Fuoss, vice president technical sales Silver Peak: As Australian businesses adapt to the changing dynamics of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the unprecedented shift toward remote working is creating a mass exodus of employees out of branch offices into their homes. Employees are quickly having to adapt to communicating and collaborating in new ways to maintain business productivity.

Published in Health

Australia’s Telecommunications Association Telsoc has repeated its call for the federal government to fast-track improvements to the country’s telecommunications infrastructure – including mobile and the National Broadband Network – as part of its response to the Coronavirus.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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