Unified Communications News
Chasing customers that find the standard product either too pricey or too limited read more »
However, the unified communications tool isn't yet an official component of the suite read more »
Easing security management on Android and iOS devices read more »
ARM processors could lead to server racks with thousands of nodes, the Red Hat ARM chief predicts read more »
Franck Cohen said that the applications are simply being rewired to run on HANA read more »
Franck Cohen believes fragmentation is driving investment elsewhere read more »more news ..
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Unified Communications In Depth
Four large tech ecosystems are currently vying for our attention -- and for our cash. How well are they succeeding? read more »
Forget new (and better) technologies -- email is as entrenched in the business world as it's ever been. Here's why we can't break free. read more »
Open-source software throws a wrench into traditional software evaluation criteria. Here's what to look for and what you'll be expected to contribute. read more »
Virgin Media Business's new MD Tony Grace speaks exclusively to Computerworld UK about his new role read more »
As enterprise storage demands escalate, disk densities continue to rise. But the real magic is in software, where speed and size come together. read more »more in depth ..
Unified Communications Slideshows
Easing your test, deployment and management headaches read more »
Cisco's 'Internet of Everything' initiative takes it into unchartered territory read more »
Most attempts to build a tablet-like computer, going back to the '70s, were not successful. Yet every failure was a lesson learned that led us to the iPad. Here's a look back at how the modern tablet came to be read more »
Everything as a Service (XaaS) describes, well, everything that can be offered as a cloud-based IT service read more »more slideshows ..