Posts Tagged ‘WebEx’
Intronis named technology industry veteran Rick Faulk to lead the company as its new CEO, an important move toward executive stability at a cloud BCDR player that has crafted an aggressive channel program and seen double-digit annual growth despite a rash of leadership maneuvers over the past two years.
The new set of improvements should also give partners more options for packaging and managing value-added services for clients looking for better face-to-face communications in their daily business routines.
RIM unleashes BlackBerry 10 with two new devices, the BlackBerry Q10 and Z10, and a few surprises: RIM has changed its corporate name to “BlackBerry” as it seeks to refocus its efforts on flagship products that will be its namesake in the smartphone battleground. But is BlackBerry 10 ready to do battle?
Cisco’s earnings beat Wall Street amid lowered expectations, but the company still has a long way to go to maintain a profitable leadership position in the industry. Cisco’s earnings show a company still undergoing internal changes.
Citrix and NetApp join forces to make enterprise file storage and sharing more secure and ubiquitous, but their partnership may signal a larger trend on the shifting styles of collaboration in the enterprise. Will communication and collaboration technology converge to marginalize e-mail?
O.J. Winge, senior vice president of Cisco’s collaboration technology group is leaving the company, replaced by former Symantec exec Rowan Trollope.
Cisco is accelerating channel enablement plans to push is avant garde TelePresence high-definition video collaboration platform a cloud-based service, freeing customers from deploying expensive infrastructure. It’s a good idea, but the bigger question is whether it will be enough to stave off low-cost rivals already in market?
Microsoft is expanding capabilities with new collaboration and security integrations for its enterprise social networking tool Yammer. If anything, the integrations suggest Microsoft is dead serious about leveraging its ESN presence — and the channel should be, too.
Cisco is looking to come at collaboration from all conceivable cloud angles — and to take their partners along for the ride — with new enhancements to its telepresence, Web conferencing, unified communications and contact center solutions portfolio.
Cisco extended social collaboration with WebEx Social and a corresponding cloud client, a move that could fill in a valuable mobility piece for partners and create inroads in the SMB and lower markets.