Tag Archives: UCC

What if IBM’s Right?

Is there a scenario in which IBM’s reported decision to ask remote employees to work in offices again is a good idea? More pointedly, is there a scenario in which the decision might be good news for the pro-AV industry? Let me be the first (maybe) to admit I have no idea how IBM’s current […]

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Weekly Reading: Security is Key to IoT

I help administer a blog (not this one). It has some very good built-in security. No one has broken in (not sure why they would, except maybe to “borrow” the infrastructure or as an avenue to somewhere else on the Net), but there have been plenty of attempts. In the past week, I’ve been alerted to […]

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[VIDEO] Everything InfoComm, IMCCA and UCC

Before we all head out to this year’s InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, it probably won’t hurt to take a look at  a little video I recorded on behalf of IMCCA. (The IMCCA has been hard at work with InfoComm to present all things unified communications and collaboration  at the UCC Solutions Summit — a part […]

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How Vulnerable Are Your Enterprise Conference Rooms?

I’ve written past blogs about how today’s collaboration needs require an “any-to-any” mindset, and about how the look of enterprise conference rooms is changing. In the first blog I explained that “any” represents the expectation from the now-seasoned users of collaboration that everything should just work — in any combination and anywhere they happen to […]

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Weekly Reading: Big Data Collaboration

I hadn’t thought much about AV as a so-called “Big Data” application. Not until Julian Phillips, Executive Vice President of Whitlock, started me thinking about the future of collaboration. It was a topic of our panel discussion at Integrated Systems Europe. Julian’s right to say that the days of coming to a meeting with a […]

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