Are IBM making a smart or strange play?

Are IBM making a smart or strange play?

Late last week in the news it was announced that the large population of telecommuting workers that IBM have had for a long time had been given a change in their working policy: Move into one of the six offices, or leave the company.

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What Does Enhanced Video Collaboration Do for Your Business?

What Does Enhanced Video Collaboration Do for Your Business?

What advantages and benefits can your employees find within an enriched unified communication and video collaboration culture?

1. Ease of use
2. Return on Investment
3. Efficiency and Integration

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The Polycom and Microsoft Video Conferencing Relationship

The Polycom and Microsoft Video Conferencing Relationship

Polycom and Microsoft have had a working relationship for a long number of years. Whilst it can’t quite be classed as a full on marriage, they are well and truly engaged. Find out what benefits this working relationship brings to the world of communications

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Videocall’s ICE Cloud Service: Flexible, Scalable, Interoperable… But How So, and Where’s The Value?

Videocall’s ICE Cloud Service: Flexible, Scalable, Interoperable… But How So, and Where’s The Value?

In the second part of this blog series talking to Videocall’s industry experts we look to our Head of Solutions Engineering to ascertain how our Intelligent Cloud Experience (ICE) can add real value to both your business objectives and end users.

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Skype for Business: What’s Changed for Skype and Microsoft Lync Users?

Skype for Business: What’s Changed for Skype and Microsoft Lync Users?


Video conferencing is shaping the workplace of the future – by 2016 it is predicted that video will be the primary method of communication in business, beating email and telephone to the number one spot.
Microsoft is a company that is revolutionising the future of work. Their stated vision is to bring unified communications from the living room to the boardroom. In November last year they announced that they were rebranding Microsoft Lync under the name “Microsoft Skype for Business” in 2015 as part of the product’s next release and it has just arrived!

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5 Things to Consider When Implementing Skype for Business

5 Things to Consider When Implementing Skype for Business


Skype for Business is here, rolling out across organisations worldwide.
As with any software acquisition, there are a number of factors that should be considered when rolling out Skype for Business in your organisation.
Whether your communications software is automatically upgraded from Microsoft Lync to Skype for Business, or Skype for Business is a new acquisition in itself, it is important to ensure you make the most of your investment.
We have come up with a list of 5 questions you will need to know the answers to when implementing the unified communications platform across your company.

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