Tag: Unified Communications

Meetings.io Acquisition Signals Start of WebRTC Era?

updated: 3/20/2014 WebRTC (Real-Time Communication) has been getting a bit of press between meetings.io getting acquired by Jive (specifically chosen for its WebRTC technology) and TokBox announcing its new Opentok WebRTC for iOS SDK. What’s the big deal with WebRTC? WebRTC is exciting because it allows real-time audio/video to be…

IBM Connections VSee Plugin Makes Video Conference Simple

Link: VSee integration with IBM Connections [VIDEO] VSee’s simplest one-click video conferencing and screen share is better than Skype, and you can use it right from your IBM Connections platform without any hoo-hah.  Make your virtual teams more productive and social.  Effortlessly put a live face to presentations, meetings, and work sessions and build…

Microsoft Lync: Video Conferencing Deployment Nightmare

Microsoft Lync (formerly Microsoft Office Communicator) offers a great set of communication tool integrations, making it popular with enterprises both large and small (<300).  Unfortunately for many businesses, going beyond Lync Instant Messaging (IM) is proving to be more headache than it’s worth.  According to Jeff Wellemeyer, West IP Communications’…

OmniJoin? Nefsis? Brother, what’s going on?

Last December, when Brother purchased Nefsis, I thought it was a great outcome for Nefsis and a great move for Brother.  Nefsis had a very complex pricing structure and needed a huge distribution partner to push its complicated solution into enterprises.  Brother had a huge distribution base, with its long…

Persony: Is Avaya On A Video Acquisition Spree?

P.S. An inside source recently let the cat out of the bag that Avaya is not only on its way to a happy union with video conferencing provider Radvision, it apparently also has the hots for Persony, a virtual company that makes full-featured web and video conferencing software for private labeling.   …

Radvision Videoconferencing: Latest Avaya Acquisition Ups Ante For Cisco

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Unified Communications

Unified Communications (UC) is a term that is often used and rarely defined.  Everyone has heard of it and will tell you it is something they want, but such a statement reveals little about the problems they are trying to solve.  However, it can be a point of departure for…

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