Tely has set its sights on the enterprise with a new video collaboration endpoint. The company formerly known as Tely Labs is looking to drive videoconferencing and collaboration deeper into the enterprise – in part by making it more affordable.
Webconferencing vendor ReadyTalk is deepening its collaboration product portfolio with the unveiling of the FoxDen collaboration tool.
SIP has been around in its current form for more than a decade, but despite growth in the adoption of the technology, there's still a long way to go.
After two months of being in preview mode, Skype for Business for iOS is now generally available.
Unified communications and collaboration provider Yorktel is targeting the enterprise with a new videoconferencing service intended on bringing greater levels of security to business video communications.
Skype users are being offered credits for the Sept. 21 outage that kept some people offline for hours.
Although the majority of VoIP phone systems in the enterprise are currently premises-based, there's a chance cloud-based VoIP could take over. But generally, enterprises aren't yet convinced they should shift to the cloud for their VoIP systems.
If traditional telepresence is expensive, difficult to implement and tricky to use, robotic telepresence is meant to be the the opposite. And if companies like Revolve Robotics have their way, robotic telepresence is the wave of the future. Marcus Rosenthal, founder and CEO of Revolve Robotics, recently spoke with FierceEnterpriseCommunications about the emerging robotic telepresence market, as well as his company's Kubi product. And part of what makes robotic telepresence interesting is the more interactive nature of the technology.
If you are alive and working in 2015, odds are you have used videoconferencing tools or have at least participated in a videoconference during your career. Why go the traditional, boring conference call route when you can see your partners face to face? We tested out AVer's VC520 videoconferencing hardware – what they call a Plug-N-Play USB Video Conference Camera System – and here's what we found.
Skype video calling and multi-party video calling is getting a wider release as Microsoft continues to move the communications tool toward a more ad-driven model. Now the video calling services are available to Skype for Web and end users using Outlook.com.