The bring your own device (BYOD) trend is firmly entrenched in North American corporate culture, regardless of how executives feel about the policy.
In a number of industries, organizations have started to introduce unified communications (UC) into their technology infrastructures in a move that is sure to boost collaboration and mobile access among employees.
The market for VoIP systems has been increasing in both consumer and corporate sectors in recent years.
With bring your own device (BYOD) becoming the favored format for leveraging technology in the office today, IT teams are finding that their roles are constantly changing.
Was 2013 a quiet year for UC? If so, what does that mean for the future?
Old communications technologies are losing support, making a UC upgrade easier than ever to justify.
The technology to enable UC is now everywhere. A little clear thinking may help firms use it.
To say that both consumers and professionals have become more reliant on alternative technologies in recent years would be an understatement.
Some companies have vehemently opposed the use of remote work solutions in recent years.
More businesses are starting to set aside more of their annual budgets to pay for cutting-edge technology than in past years.