IT behemoth Cisco and auto parts supplier Continental this week demostrated a proof-of-concept connected car at a Traverse City, Mich., auto research conference.
A new MarketScape report from International Data Corp provides a vendor assessment of the global unified communications and collaboration market for 2013 that reads as a virtual Who's Who of the UC market.
The Unified Communications market is projected to grow at a rate of just over 4 percent through 2016, according to a new report from TechNavio.
American Airlines, Cisco, General Electric, Roche and SAP have each deployed more than 25,000 iPhones across their organizations, related Peter Oppenheimer, Apple's chief financial officer, during the firm's quarterly earnings call.
Ensign Services, a provider of back office services to the Ensign Group health care facilities and other health care organizations, wanted to move to an electronic medical records system and enable the use of clinical applications software.
Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya are the top vendors in the unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) market, according to an IDC MarketScape report released last week.
Polycom's RealPresence Access Director (RPAD) session border controller recently passed a 35-point security evaluation conducted by ICSA Labs, a third-party testing lab owned by Verizon.
IBM, HP and Dell are battling to take second place in the enterprise network equipment market behind leader Cisco, according to a survey of 210 enterprises in North America conducted by Infonetics Research.
Cisco has unveiled a number of new enterprise network products at its Cisco Live event being held in Orlando, Fla., this week, including an application-centric networking architecture as well as new Nexus and Catalyst switches and Integrated Service routers.
Security firms Check Point and Fortinet gained market share on leader Cisco in the security appliance market, according to first quarter 2013 stats from IDC.