The digital natives, those young workers who have grown up in the digital age, are driving BYOD and enterprise mobility. Enterprises ignore these workers at their peril.
Responding to the growing enterprise mobility trend, video conferencing leader Polycom unveiled this week updates to its mobile video conferencing application that runs on iPads and Android tablets.
Polycom announced that it is bringing its high-definition video collaboration software to Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad 2 and Android-based tablets from Motorola (NYSE: MMI) and Samsung. The company
The future of videoconferencing is starting to look up, as Polycom and the major telecom carriers around the world join forces to take the complexity out of connecting systems. The newly formed Open
Motorola Mobility Holdings and Polycom have partnered to deliver Polycom's high-definition personal telepresence on Motorola's Xoom tablets. The devices featuring the telepresence video application
Polycom said it has made a deal with Samsung to embed high-definition video conferencing services into Samsung's Galaxy Tab tablet device. While not available on the devices that go on sale later
Polycom released a new voice over WiFi handset aimed at mobile workers in healthcare, industrial and retail markets. For people running around their workplace, the handset gives them constant access
Late last week Forbes ran two articles by different writers but with very similar headlines: "Polycom: How We Will Beat Cisco" by Andy Greenberg; and "Avaya's Plan to Beat Cisco" by Elizabeth Woyke.