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Westcon Unified Comms invite: 10 vendors... 1 message
Westcon Group NZ is inviting resellers and end-users to one-day Unified Communications event, showcasing technical expertise from ten vendors, as well as a host of prizes and giveaways.
Polycom launches a new portfolio of video solutions
With the goal of making it easier to buy, implement and use video collaboration technology, Polycom has unveiled a new portfolio of video software, services and hardware solutions that provide organisations of all sizes more access than ever before to the benefits of enterprise-grade video collaboration.
Former Microsoft man linked with mystery Unified Comms business
Following news that Deane Jessep has left Polycom to co-found a new business focused on the Unified Communication market, a former Microsoft man has been heavily linked to a role within the mystery company.
Rumours swirl of Unified Comms integrator launch plans
Polycom New Zealand Regional Manager Deane Jessep has announced his decision to leave the company, to co-found a new specialist consulting integrator focused on the Unified Communications market.
Polycom advancing innovative video capabilities
Companies join forces to announce a strategic agreement to personalise, mobilise and virtualise video meetings.
Polycom: Video as dial tone
Polycom is aiming to break down barriers to videoconferencing and make video the new dial tone with the expansion of its RealPresence Platform, including a cloud solution.
Polycom and Telecom deliver VaaS across NZ
RealPresence Platform to power Video-as-a-Service offerings in New Zealand.
Let there be video for all - Polycom
Video communication promises many benefits but to date, firing up a link between yourself and any other party is nowhere near as easy as it is to place a phone call.
Unified Comms - It has to be simple, stupid: Part 3
The ability to communicate via any one of a variety of modes, or a combination of them, is one thing. Making that simple and convenient for the user is another. Donovan Jackson examines the issues in a four-part feature.
Why video is the dial tone of choice
In line with rapidly evolving technology, video today is not only about conferencing, it’s about collaboration.
People Moves June 2012
New appointments and Promotions during June in the ICT industry.
New UC platforms from HP
Two new offerings to help enable Microsoft's Lync and Polycom's RealPresence solutions.
Polycom refreshes 20-year-old brand
Kaleidoscopic triangles replaced with intersecting circles representing ‘connection, mobility, information sharing and collaboration’.
Former Microsoft exec to lead Polycom in ANZ
Gary Denman takes up new role after 18 years with Microsoft in the UK, Australia and Malaysia.
How to maximise partner program potential
Setting goals is straightforward – working together to achieve them is the challenge.
Wise choices key to relationship
Maximising profit potential from partner programmes requires wise choices, says Mario Hilmi, Polycom ANZ director, service providers and channels.
Polycom unveils 'VaaS' offering
Cloud-delivered video collaboration tool compresses time to revenue for service providers.
Polycom offers whiteboard collaboration
New UC tool displays whiteboard scribblings, without the glare.
Polycom appoints NZ regional manager
Former Huawei exec to drive team & partners in growing market.
The coming of age for UC
James Brennan, director of Unified Communications, Polycom ANZ, explains how Unified Communications solutions can benefit companies, and gives advice on what to consider when choosing a solution and provider.
Polycom closes HP deal
Purchase of visual collaboration unit will see Polycom sole provider of HP teleconferencing products.
Microsoft comms tool expanded for conferences
Partnership allows full integration: Polycom.
Polycom releases universal connection software
Polycom introduces software to facilitate connections across platforms.
Polycom acquires HP teleconferencing unit
The video conferencing company announced an acquisition, an open video exchange and a stock split.