Yorktel has added a videoconferencing service to its portfolio. The Eatontown, New Jersey-based unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) solutions provider this week unveiled Univago, a cloud-based videoconferencing service that "gives users control, flexibility and security."
“Savvy corporations will collaborate with the empowered people. Savvy corporations that want to benefit from [the sharing economy] ... will collaborate with these empowered people, and, in return, create resiliency within their corporation.
It's time for my periodic check on what's happened with WebRTC in terms of browser adoption. Just over a year ago, I last updated the No Jitter community on the "state of the browser" in regards to WebRTC. We're not in a different situation today than we were last year -- or are we? I'd like to begin this year's state-of-the-browser report with a slide I've been using lately in presentations I give:
A report from across the pond. Blue Jeans, Senior International Marketing Manager, Erin Denlea, located in our London office, sent over the 2015 Upclycling Research Report, and here's what she had to say.
Like video on good bandwidth, news in the conferencing space has been streaming in this week. As always, our global online community went wading in the thick of it to bring back the news, features and analysis that matters.
I did a short radio interview the other day, about London airport expansion, and the possible new runway at Heathrow or Gatwick. I wasn’t speaking about the choice of one location vs. the other. Instead, I was speaking as a frequent traveller, and why additional capacity is likely to be needed in the first place.Some of the reasons are aviation-related: congested airports have no wiggle-room if something goes wrong. I’ve suffered big delays when weather or other incidents has meant that airports
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