BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion on Tuesday agreed to give India’s government access to client e-mails and short messages, averting an Aug. 31 shutdown of the company’s technology in one of the world’s most populous countries. ...More
Microsoft and Polycom have announced a strategic partnership that will bring a set of tools and services to Office Communications Server “14," creating a soup-to-nuts unified communications solution. ...More
Before e-mailing, before instant messaging and before texting, there was faxing. At one time it was THE way to transmit important documents quickly from one location to another. While it’s common to think that faxing has gone the way of the typewriter, the truth is ...More
The oldest federal cultural institution in the U.S. – home to some of the greatest literary works in history – has decided to archive the 140-characters-or-fewer blatherings we now know as “tweets.” Apparently, the inane ...More
Moblitzer (Booth #1216 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo) has launched what it calls a robust, yet simple, text message marketing tool for enterprises and SMBs. This is a cost-effective, high-impact way for a company’s clients to reach their customers and ...More
Unified communications are on a steeply rising curve of adoption in the enterprise, according to a new ABI Research study. The market’s size was just $302 million in 2008, but will rise quickly to nearly $4.2 billion in 2014.Part of the uptick will come as companies ...More
With the saturation of smartphones and tablets should come a change in your marketing practices. Angela Leavitt and Brian Leonard of Mojo Marketing show you how the way you design your website, email newsletters and more is changing rapidly.