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Fujitsu aids NSW Police Force with video solution
“We know the Body Worn Video solution will have clear benefits for the NSW Police Force in the collection of evidentiary data."
Rickrolled? Spare a thought for Rick
Music is usually a very generational thing. With few exceptions, kids will look blankly at you when you mention a song that was big back in your day.
Adobe unveils its latest innovation: Shoppable video
Adobe is venturing into the shoppable video space with a new cloud-based product set to be launched later this month.
Southern Cross welcomes video streaming demands brought by Netflix
"[We are capable] of streaming over 700,000 Ultra HD (4K) videos simultaneously, or the download of more than 180 million Blu-Ray discs per month."
Australian video streaming solutions distributor looking for NZ resellers
"We’re looking for New Zealand resellers. We’re really busy in Australia and Singapore, and we want to get something going in New Zealand as quickly as we can."
Microsoft breaks language barrier with Skype demo
In a few simple exchanges, the Skype Translator app threatens to quite literally change the world we live in and how we interact with one another.
Exploit tech… don’t miss the World Cup because of work
As the world counts down the days to football’s largest event, companies across New Zealand may well worry about the impact and loss of productivity brought about by the greatest tournament on planet earth.
More Kiwi courts online with new video links
"If a prisoner makes a court appearance via AVL then any risk of escape associated with transport in and out of jail is removed completely."
More internet users share photos and videos online
Snapchat leads the way amid a photo and video sharing craze...
Mobile TV set for $10bn worth by 2017
"Players will emerge who are prioritising their customers’ preferences; they will do this by utilising cloud technology, allowing consumers to resume playback on different devices, and enabling offline viewing."
From awkward to awesome: Video finally living up to its potential
Anyone who has worked in an office knows the experience of sitting through clumsy and ineffective video conferences.
Workers flocking towards video mobile devices by 2015
The consumption of video on mobile devices for work-related purposes is rising to 60% of IT workers, bringing organisations under increasing pressure to support and manage it.
Global online video market to hit US$37 billion by 2017
Video services delivered online will account for 10% of total TV and video revenues before the end of the decade.
UFB, new iPad set stage for video boom
Kiwi videoconferencing experts launch new business to take advantage of emerging tech synergy.
How to get the best home movies
Who doesn’t love home videos? And although we now have the capability to film action on everything from our computers to our phones, if you’re a real movie buff then you definitely need a proper video camera for all of the best features and quality.
Youtube goes live
YouTube is finally taking the plunge into live video with the debut of a new service called ‘YouTube Live’.
Random videos (Tailored just for you)
Stumbleupon is a great site for when you’re ready for some serious interneting, but aren’t quite sure what you’re after.
Science fiction double feature
If you don’t know your Ripleys from your Replicants, here’s a look at the classics of the sci-fi genre, for you to get up to speed.
Blockbuster on demand
Nearly everything is available online these days and the ability to record live TV and order movies from the comfort of your home.
2011 Trendwatch: Communications
What trends will drive communications in 2011? Ajay Kapoor, VP of Customer Service at Avaya tips desktop virtualisation, SIP and integrated social media channels amongst the prime bell-ringers
New to Twitter. What now?
Social media boffin Simone McCallum, shares personal insights into maximising the man-hours you pump into Twitter
A strategic approach to training
The estimated 30,000 staff working in contact centres across New Zealand have arguably just come through one of their toughest years on the frontline, says Mike Hull, from industry training organisation ETITO
Ticking the boxes
Reduced costs, increased revenue and heightened customer satisfaction are three very good reasons to be taking notice of contact centre trends, says Igor Portugal, CEO of open standards based IP telephony solutions specialist Vadacom
Putting the “Anti” into Social Media
Cloud based services, the rise of smart phones and mobile devices and employee engagement with social media in the workplace is having a significant impact on delivering services across the WAN