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Logitech's new video conferencing camera is designed to be portable and easy to use.
The good news about network security is there are always new processes, products and updates to fight the constant battle against malicious nogoodniks. The bad news? Those malevolent rascals tend to always pull more aces out of their sleeves.
A10's Thunder ADC has been fully integrated with Cisco ACI, offering enterprises a new option for automatic provisioning of application delivery and security services. A10 says it's a lower cost alternative to other ADC offerings.
Long live unified communications. Or not. No, really, some members of the technology industry are already predicting that unified communications is dying, if it's not already dead.
Running your unified communications system in the cloud is now an option but you should think hard about management, security and other issues to find out if it makes sense for your business.
Brocade is now offering its Vyatta controller and will let you use it for free for a year so you can gain some experience with SDN.
Polycom introduced a handful of new products, including one that tracks how many people were in a meeting and how long they stayed.
Cisco plans to roll out in the second quarter new LAN switches that will serve as a stopgap for businesses that want to roll out faster WLANs but don't want to update their cabling just yet.
Some of the developers of Open vSwitch are now working on a new project, called Open Virtual Network, to add virtual networking for OVS users.
Pluribus, an SDN startup, just scored another $50 million in funding, this time from Temesak, an investment firm based in Singapore.
An inspiring deployment in a New Jersey hospital connects domestic violence victims with judges. The example shows how people and processes can both help and hinder the value of a video conferencing setup.
The Open Interconnect Consortium and the AllSeen Alliance are both generating traction in a quest to become the primary IoT standard.
At last week's Seahawks game, Extreme Networks says its Wi-Fi network processed 2.7 terabytes of data and supported 1.4 Gbps at the peak.
IT staff are increasingly making buying UC decisions and they want their vendors to be using the products they're trying to sell.
Responding to the growing demand for video conferencing, Lifesize is rolling out a few new products designed to make it easier and cheaper for businesses to do video conferencing--and not just in your biggest conference room that has the expensive video setup.
BroadSoft this week announced that it acquired Leonid in a move that should give business users better management and administration tools.
You may have read someplace that "shadow IT" is a significant threat to the enterprise--the notion that the latest wave of software presented as services is taking power away from on-premise IT departments.
The growth in revenue from enterprise communication services is not doing enough to offset the rapid decline in revenue from mobile voice services, says Infonetics Research.