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Content tagged with Unified Communications posted in October 2012
Startup Aryaka Unveils Application Delivery-as-a-Service
News  |  10/26/2012  | 
Aryaka has built out a private network via multiple points of presence to help speed application traffic without the need for hardware at the customer premises.
BYOD: A Comprehensive Guide
News  |  10/24/2012  | 
The BYOD market is crowded and confusing. A new report from InformationWeek brings order to the chaos with a product matrix that includes 40 vendors in three categories: MDM, MAM and wireless access control.
Motorola's New Computing Headset Pushes Mobile Boundaries
Commentary  |  10/22/2012  | 
Motorola has released a computing platform that straddles the juncture of science-fiction and real-world technology.
BYON: New Acronym, Same Problem
News  |  10/22/2012  | 
Bring Your Own Network is a new name for an old threat, but it emphasizes an important rule: unsecured data is at-risk data.
Gamification Engages the Enterprise
Commentary  |  10/16/2012  | 
Gamification isn't just for luring consumers to click a "like" button. Enterprises may find surprising uses to boost productivity.
Cisco WebEx Now Works Sans Cloud
News  |  10/15/2012  | 
Cisco also expands collaboration technologies it offers via partners, including a 'rendezvous conferencing' option for videoconferencing.
Browsing Like It's 1990
Commentary  |  10/15/2012  | 
Mobile computing has to rely on old tricks to keep up with websites built for screaming-fast home and office broadband.

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