Visual Collaboration for Small to Medium Enterprise

We are now all in the business of doing business. The days when a good company could simply make a great product and expect viral success are long gone. To survive in today’s market, companies need to deploy business processes that deliver a clear advantage over the competition. Various management systems from the personal (like

Driving Productivity with a Video-Enabled Workforce

Few businesses have remained untouched by the evolution of the networked society, distributed work teams, and a growing trend for work shifting that allows people to intersperse work and personal lives seamlessly. Leading organizations are developing approaches—from social networks to video conferencing—to break down communication silos among dispersed teams and promote productivity through better collaboration

The Forrester Wave™: Desktop – Videoconferencing, Q3 2013

There are four major categories of desktop videoconferencing solutions: consumer applications, unified communications (UC) clients, video pure plays, and webconferencing. In Forrester’s 60-criteria evaluation, we identified the 10 most significant software providers in three of those categories — Avaya, Blue Jeans Network, Cisco Systems, IBM, IOCOM, LifeSize, Microsoft, PGi, Polycom, and Vidyo — and researched,