There are a number of factors that you need to consider in making the decision to move to a cloud-based videoconferencing solution, writes Shaun Wormald of InterCall Asia-Pacific.
When it comes to Unified Communications solutions for enterprises, most, if not all, vendors have failed the market in some form or fashion over the last 10 years, argues Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) vice-president of sales for Asia, Matthieu Destot.
It’s been six months since Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) an independent entity, and while it now enjoys greater agility and deeper investment capabilities, the playbook for boosting its fortunes in the networking and communications space hinges on a tightly focused approach to capturing market share, writes Gabey Goh.
As with buying a laptop, in choosing a UC solution, you need to consider several variables to ensure that you get the optimum solution for your organisation, writes InterCall’s Christopher Franke, who offers five questions to ask during your decision-making process.
The original promise of truly integrated unified communications (UC) is only now being delivered, according to a new white paper by analyst firm ZK Research, from a study sponsored by ShoreTel.
InterCall Asia Pacific’s Christopher Franke does some myth-busting of Unified Communications.
Fresh off a 2014 that saw its business volume double and revenue move up 85% year on year, London-based cloud communications provider Nexmo is planning to significantly increase the size of its team in Asia, in a bid to secure a larger piece of the growing regional pie.
Brandt International will be investing up to US$56 million over the next three years in an effort to become one of the leading BPO companies in Malaysia, its CEO Munirah Looi said after announcing a partnership with Cisco and Servion.
Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7.6 that it claimed enables communication service providers (CSPs) to increase their market opportunity, effectively target customers, and drive loyalty.
BT has announced new cloud services which it said were aimed at supporting the expansion plans of its customers in Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa (AMEA).