UCaaS vendor tapping into bigger deals, picking up Avaya partners
Distie looking to encourage partners around security, UC
Rival sales boss says post-Chapter 11 Avaya may be too late to the cloud party
Research finds steep climb in smartphone use for UCC
Avaya executives claim two competitors are finding it's hard to succeed in voice
Channel exec promotes consolidator rep, calling ShoreTel buy a 'massive accelerator'
Cloud player's CEO says its UCaaS portfolio will soon be its largest product line
Citirx Summit keynote highlights obstacles in networking, opportunities with Microsoft
Partners share the business benefits of working with other solution providers on an account
Partner says dealing with telecom vendor customer support is difficult
New UC offerings to customers
The new AT&T UC Federation marks a significant improvement in UC services by surmounting what has traditionally been a wall of propriety within individual vendor offerings
Vendor revs UC-One platform with new capabilities for individuals and groups
Analyst claims the trend for businesses to seek hosted alternatives to traditional PBX systems will increase
Two firms claim the enterprise partnership will fill a gap in the server market left by recent M&A activity
Cloud platforms to come to the fore as market grows strongly, claims Grand View Research
Embattled smartphone maker feeling better but says 'no margin for error' in turnaround plan
Analyst Infonetics projects healthy growth for next five years
Fighting talk from Microsoft COO Kevin Turner in his day one keynote at WPC
Avaya continued its partner program journey from a focus on volume to a focus on value, introducing six new specialization areas that will make up the basis of its Avaya Connect program starting next year.
This week in On Point. we take a look at new deal registration solution from Vartopia, a cloud solution partnership from Tech Data and dinCloud.
As solution providers peddling video and teleconferencing wares can attest, sales remain in a double-digit tailspin with little signs of recovery.
Aiming to lead the video conferencing and collaboration segment, Cisco unveiled two desktop video conferencing devices to make collaboration easier and cost-effective. The effort is reminiscent of its defunct Cius tablet.