Articles include: How to ensure a successful UC project; Five reasons to set up unified communications; Unified communications: Is your network ready?; How to get the most from unified communications. Read this Computerworld Strategy Guide.
Articles include: IPv6 guide; How to get more out of Ethernet switches; High-speed Ethernet planning guide; Next-generation firewalls: In depth; How to lock down your wireless network. Read this Computerworld Networking Strategy Guide.
This white paper will highlight the changes in the mobile workplace; outline the benefits of
unified communications (UC) and Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) for mobile workers;
identify the key market trends and business challenges IT managers must pay attention to now
and into the future; and offer best practices for choosing a solution that will deliver clear ROI.
Avaya engaged Miercom to evaluate the plug and play features
and ease of configuration of the ERS 4548GT- PWR Edge
Switch. The energy efficiency of the ERS was compared to
similar switches and is discussed in this report as well. Read on.
In the market for collaborative applications, a large convergence is beginning to take hold, and the consumerization of IT is central to this movement. The technologies that people use as consumers are impacting the way employees, customers, and partners want to interact and collaborate at work. People want to take the same technology experiences that are available at home and plug them into their daily work lives. This movement is setting worker expectations as both employees and corporate consumers. Workers need to have the choice and flexibility to consume the applications they want, where they want, and on their preferred device. Read on.
A revolutionary new video collaboration device, the Avaya Desktop Video Device has been making waves in the communications industry ever since Avaya introduced the product in the fall of 2010. Avaya’s own employees have been among the earliest users and have seen first-hand how the product can improve collaboration and make people more efficient and effective. Read more.
Computing has gone through several major transitions through the ages, each of which raised the value of the network and dramatically lowered the cost of computing. In the years after its birth in the mainframe era, the computing industry shifted to client/server and then Internet computing. Today, we are beginning yet another major computing revolution: the shift to
mobile computing. This revolution already allows us to carry mini computers, called “smartphones,” in our pockets. This shift will drive down the cost of computing even further and drive up the value of the network, forever changing its role in organisations. Read on.
CIOs are facing several powerful trends and inflection points that are defining the new IT landscape, including cloud computing, virtualization, the consumerization of IT, smart computing, and communications to collaboration. Taken individually, each one of these trends will have significant ripple effects throughout the planning and operations of IT network infrastructure. In aggregate, they will have an even more dramatic impact on the way that future network architectures need to be planned and designed. Read on.
The swings of a baseball batter, a golfer and a tennis player have many
differences. However, top performers in all these sports share one core trait —
a great follow-through. They maintain focus after contact to keep the ball
on a trajectory toward obtaining the result they want, whether it is speed,
power, distance, finesse or some combination of those.
When businesses deploy a new communications solution, they often take
a very big swing as well. That solution is a major capital investment, and
it needs to work properly to avoid damaging operational efficiency or
customer service. Ultimately, there will be a reckoning as to whether
the benefits are worth the cost.
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