Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Unify Launches Circuit, a new communications and collaboration platform

Google's cloud courts enterprises with new networking features | iPad Air 2 review: A great tablet gets better

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Unify Launches Circuit, a new communications and collaboration platform
Unify has formally released Circuit, previously known as Project Ansible. Circuit provides voice, video, screen sharing, messaging, and file sharing from a single pane of glass, removing the need to switch between multiple applications. The platform also stores and manages information through associations and conversations.Circuit is a completely new software platform. First unveiled last year, it was designed in collaboration with frog. Unify conducted customer beta trials over the last five months, and more than 80% of respondents involved in trial said that "the unique value proposition that Circuit presents is valuable to their business," according to Unify's statement.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

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How Secure are your Web Meetings?
OmniJoin offers a full suite of security features to give you the peace of mind that your web meetings are as secure as you need them to be. Learn More>>

WHITE PAPER: Dell | Symantec

2014 Enterprise Mobility Management Challenge
This guide addresses how IT can gain control and secure mobility without alienating users. Discover the 5 "must-have" features of mobility management, protecting data at the app level rather than the device level, the differences between MDM, MCM and MAM, and key considerations when selecting an enterprise mobility management solution. Learn More

Google's cloud courts enterprises with new networking features
Google today released a variety of new features for its public cloud in an effort to take on its two biggest rivals in the industry - Amazon Web Services and Microsoft - and perhaps even more importantly, to position its offering as a viable destination for enterprise workloads. With features such as new networking options to connect directly into Google’s cloud, along with new VPN functionality and yet another price cut, Google is priming itself to compete in the enterprise market. Analysts say that Google has traditionally focused more on developers compared to its two chief rivals. But with announcements made today at Google’s Cloud Platform Live event in San Francisco, Google is clearly aiming for business users.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

WHITE PAPER: Surfwatch Labs

5 Tips to Secure Small Business in the Supply Chain
As business becomes more connected and as data moves further outside the organizational walls, the supply chain has become a critical chink in the security armor. This paper examines the insecurity of the small businesses in the supply chain and offers tips to close those backdoors into the enterprise. Learn More

iPad Air 2 review: A great tablet gets better
If you liked last year's iPad Air, you'll almost certainly like this year's version, unveiled early last month (along with the 5K Retina iMac) by Apple CEO Tim Cook. The iPad Air 2 features Touch ID, a (much) faster system architecture and an aluminum enclosure that is both thinner and lighter than the first-generation iPad Air it replaces.As with previous lines, the iPad Air 2 comes as both Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi/cellular models. The Wi-Fi-only devices cost $499 for 16GB of storage, $599 for 64GB and $699 for 128GB. The cellular/GPS iPads cost $130 more at the same storage tiers. Supported carriers include Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile in the U.S.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


Cloud Computing: Changing the Role and Relevance of IT Teams
Cloud allows business groups and individuals to take technology needs in their own hands. Forward-thinking CIOs are leveraging cloud as a transformative engine to help them redefine their partnerships with business groups and become more influential, effective leaders of revenue and growth. View more>>

The must-have iPad office apps, round 9.5
The on-the-go business app toolkit for the iPadOf the tens of thousands of apps available for the iPad, only a relative few are must-have tools for business use. In the last year, the landscape for iPad office apps has changed dramatically, with multiple updates to iWork, the introduction of Microsoft Office, and Google's elimination of the beloved Quickoffice with its own Apps suite.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More

IT resume makeover: Position your accomplishments for maximum impact
Cameron Tate's is a seasoned IT leader. His resume was thorough, well-organized and detailed, but he wasn't getting the responses his extensive experience and impeccable credentials warranted.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More


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