Providing health care to the elderly is a growing concern as the Baby Boomer generation enters its mid-sixties.
Telemedicine is providing the health care industry with the unique ability to reach a broader scope of patients without having to be physically present.
The strong advantages of working from home are continuously being explored by businesses that hope to create a more flexible office structure for their employees.
As the business model transitions away from legacy equipment and becomes more integrated with unified communications (UC), new video conferencing options are making boardrooms mobile.
Despite the collaborative federation of office technologies such as email, telephony, instant messaging and remote access, which makes unified communication (UC) a lucrative offer for any enterprise, the adoption of UC is still slow-paced.
Video conferencing options allow businesses to reach different sectors of the marketplace that would have otherwise been costly to address.
Telepresence solutions use collaborative software to remotely transmit services to a another location, separate from where the operator is working.
Text messaging is a social collaborative business tool that is seeing a lot of use within new enterprises.
Cloud solutions are becoming more central to business innovation, and as a result, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is catching up to traditional modes of communication.
Telework continues to make gains as an innovative option for employees and agencies in the federal government.
The nature of social networking has led to a prevalence in open software innovations, allowing users to take their collaboration tools with them on mobile technologies, such as smartphones and tablets.
An industry emphasis on maximizing the user experience (UX) is a compelling reason for businesses to adopt a unified communications (UC) solution.
Video conferencing, telepresence and unified communication (UC) strategies are becoming widely discussed solutions for successful companies.
Unified communications (UC) opens up enterprises to new methods of communication that can effectively mitigate the need for multiple kinds of communication technology, such as complicated voicemail providers, fax machines and separate video conferencing apps.
Digital Works, a training program that prepares applicants for telework employment, opened its second location in Logan, Ohio.
While the reliability of telephony systems is an undeniable advantage that helps firms stay connected and improves collaboration, some organizations make the mistake of confusing reliability with simplicity.
Unified communications (UC) has gained increasing attention in recent years by government agencies, schools and businesses alike.
Video conferencing technologies have gained increasing attention in recent years.
Anytime, anywhere communications have steadily become a top priority for organizations in a variety of industries in recent years.
It has become inevitable for many enterprises to adopt bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in order to keep up with employee demands for flexibility and additionally, to maintain a competitive edge in today’s fast-paced mobile workforce.