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Introduction to the Enterprise Video Market
Widen Enterprises, Inc.
Enterprise video usage has become very conspicuous over the past few years. The ability to easily and cost effectively reach out to a large audience through video webcasting and conferencing has been a major catalyst in getting enterprise markets to use video. Enterprise video is no longer seen as “nice to have” and has now started establishing itself as an integral part of everyday business. ...
How should an enterprise move toward Unified Communications
Avaya Inc
Avaya defines Unified Communications as orchestrated communication and collaboration across locations, time, and medium to accelerate business results. It is achieved through the convergence of real-time, near-real-time, and non-real-time business communication applications including: calling, conferencing, messaging, contacts, calendaring, collaboration, and rich presence with voice, video, ...
Design in Enterprise Mobile Applications
Why Great Design Matters and How to Achieve It Design in Enterprise Mobile Applications! What Brilliant Design Means for Enterprise Apps Piotr Gajos is an Apple Design Award winner, and heads Sourcebits' global design team. Piotr shares his thoughts on the role of design in enterprise mobility. Q. What does “brilliant” design mean in the context of mobile product creation?
Best Practices for Securing Enterprise Wireless Network
AirTight Networks
With the rapid adoption of Wi-Fi networks by enterprise IT departments everywhere, network security now involves an entirely new dimension of vulnerability to malicious hackers and casual intruders. Applications and data have literally taken to the airwaves, thanks to the compelling productivity and efficiencies gained by mobility tools such as notebook PCs, handhelds and Blackberries. As an ...
Identity Integration - Enterprise to the Cloud
Symplified, Inc
Information technology is being revolutionized by software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud computing. SaaS now is mainstream IT as companies of all sizes and types have adopted the ease and savings of SaaS to support more sophisticated cloud-based business models. By 2010, 65% of U.S. companies with more than $100 million in yearly revenue are forecasted to be using SaaS1, while half of all large ...
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