This week, with its July and August updates to Webex, Cisco SVP Javed Khan announced the company’s blueprint for hybrid workplaces as the pandemic looms.
Poly, a leader in peripherals for collaboration delivered strong margins amidst the pandemic built upon its strong work from home strategy.
Given how much more utility a new laptop (on which Zoom will work just fine) will provide that worker, the question becomes obvious: why would any IT department spend $599 apiece for these standalone devices when similarly-priced laptops will run Zoom just as well?
Cisco Collaboration launched its mid year portfolio updates during Cisco Live Online this week. A look at the updates and impact on workplace transformation.
Now that organizations have had a few months of remote work experience, they are focused on how software like Poly’s StudioX could improve performance and efficiency.
Zoom has acknowledged that it acted upon the request of China to shutdown Zoom users that were seen as activists, bringing new questions to its policies.
AWS has announced a strategic partnership to offer Slack in coordination with the company’s own Amazon Chime tool for collaboration. What does this mean?
This week at Microsoft Build, the company spotlighted a number of important and aesthetically pleasing upgrades to the Teams platform.
: Microsoft, Zoom, Cisco, and Google are all seeing increased usage as video conferencing and collaboration has become the way business and work get done. As the video conferencing ecosystem grows and transforms over the course of the next year, and hot new entrants like Pexip begin to come to IT decision-makers with more flexibility than they are accustomed to, we could be looking at a far more even competitive field this time next year.
Watch out Zoom, Pexip might just be the video conferencing firm to watch in 2021 as an IPO looms. Here’s why I’m excited about that possibility.