Despite the hype, many global businesses haven’t adopted unified communications because of complexities of managing different communication platforms. The break-neck speed of innovation means that today’s technologies will be incompatible with tomorrow’s solutions. So what should companies do?
A digital revolution is taking place in workplace culture, with people working faster, more efficiently and productively than ever before – and empowered to do so by enterprise mobility
The office of the future has much to learn from the hospitals of today with cutting-edge video technology not only saving lives, but also saving money
Today’s business environment has truly entered a new era of mobile-led changes which have revolutionised how companies interact with their customers, how employees collaborate with one another and how businesses choose to operate
We all know hosted telephony, of a kind, has been around forever. BT Centrex in the 1980s was hosted telephony. Mobile phone services, you could argue, are hosted telephony. And services enabled by IP or internet protocol telephony kit vendors are, of course, hosted telephony
Welcome to the fantastic world of digital maps, says Esri UK managing director Stuart Bonthrone
Consumers are at the forefront of a mobile revolution. With most adults in the UK owning a smartphone, they expect access to the information they need and the things they want to do – whenever and wherever they want
Technology is playing an ever-increasing role in regulatory compliance among financial services firms