Qlik Technologies wants to give users the intuitive capability to make sense of data and share it, and has big plans for Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
While it’s tempting to join video meetings in a way that’s convenient for you, doing so affects not only your ability to contribute to the discussion, but also those of the other attendees, writes Shaun Wormald of InterCall Asia Pacific.
Microsoft Corp said that its new large-screen collaboration device the Surface Hub will be available for businesses to order in 24 markets beginning July 1, with only two Asian countries on the list: Singapore and Japan.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Matthieu Destot looks at the three business transformation trends to look out for this year.
To ensure sustainable business growth as the global economy is transformed by technology innovation and changing consumer behaviours, organisations will have to embrace a diverse mix of talent and be open to new ways of collaborating, writes Christina Andersson of Hyper Island Singapore.
Microsoft Malaysia has launched the new Skype for Business, saying the communications and collaboration tool will help businesses reinvent the way people communicate in the modern workplace.
InterCall Asia Pacific’s Christopher Franke does some myth-busting of Unified Communications.
IT departments should deal with ‘shadow IT’ by listening to individuals and teams throughout the business to help ensure employees have access to the latest collaboration tools they want, empowering them to do their jobs more effectively, writes Telstra’s Jim Clarke.
There's hope on the horizon for enterprises still trying to achieve seamless integration for a myriad of different communications channels. Anthony Bartolo of Tata Communications shares why.
When it comes to getting the most out of your workforce via communications and collaboration tools, the problem lies in its highly fragmentated state across an orgnisation's network. Anthony Bartolo of Tata Communications advocates embracing open APIs to get the perfect fit.