Posted by John Scudd
on January 27th, 2015, 10:09 am GMT
One thing you can say about the world we live in today is everything is getting easier to access and everything wants to be with you all of the time. Retailers, social networks, games, your bank, your email and more all want to be a part of your mobile platform. So it should surprise no one that we are currently in the Renaissance of the rise of mobile revision apps.
They are only getting better and they are only getting faster and they are only growing in number. If you have not noticed the rise of mobile revision apps you haven’t been paying very close attention.
Posted by Mark Holland
on January 13th, 2015, 10:31 am GMT
Unified communication is a well-defined approach to combine various forms of digital communications to promote collaboration. The convergence of voice, video, chat, file transfer, and other types of communications improves productivity, enticing CIOs to embrace new unified communication strategies with the aid of vendors like Cisco, Microsoft, and IBM or by partnering with third parties such as MeetingZone.
The demand for collaboration continues to grow and according to TechNavio analysts, unified communication in 2015 will continue to grow at a CAGR of 14.08 percent right through 2019. What’s driving this growth is increased adoption of cloud computing resources and improvements in the telecom and cellular infrastructure. Here are just some of the trends that will shape unified communication in 2015.
Posted by Admin
on January 9th, 2015, 11:19 am GMT
Depending on each situation companies may be looking for different ways to save money with their financial budgets. The economic downturn, smaller companies with a limited budget or a larger organization wanting to cut costs may be the reason for finding new ways to save. Budget smart conference calls can help reduce costs while still connecting with valuable clients.
Every good business owner knows communication is an essential component in business. Quality and convenient communication is needed between existing clients, new clients, suppliers and other businesses. Communication can come in numerous forms from cell phones to Internet usage.