Tag Archive: Apple

Oct
30
2013

The Challenges of Innovation and Complexity for UC

The Innovation Challenge  My last couple of posts looked at the role of innovation and what constitutes leadership in the UC space. Both can be defined in many ways, and a big challenge facing decision makers is identifying which forms of innovation are really going to help their business. The thought process might be very …

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Mar
28
2012

Could iCollab Work?

During the writing process for my last post, the “iCollab” idea came to mind out of the blue. The more I think about it – there’s another new product waiting to happen: iThink – the more I start to think about UC in terms of how telephony has evolved. Let me explain. As telephony migrated …

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Mar
23
2012

What if Apple was Your Carrier and Offered iCollab?

If you’ve read my past few posts, you probably saw this coming. I’m not an Apple shareholder and don’t use Apple products – except iTunes, but that doesn’t really count. Depending on your mindset, you might think I’m going further and further off the deep end. Your call – I know what I’m doing and …

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Mar
21
2012

What if All Your Employees Had an iPad?

I want to build on my last post where the focus was on Apple and whether you should consider them a UC player. This may seem like a stretch, but really, is Apple that much different now than Avaya, Cisco, Siemens, etc. when it comes to UC? To varying degrees, IP endpoints are a big …

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Oct
18
2011

What’s Driving UC – Devices, Applications or Networks?

In my last post, I outlined three basic models that I see driving UC now – devices, applications and the network. Ideally, these would all work in harmony, but it’s more likely the case that only one of these will shape buying decisions around UC. I’ll explore each of these further, with this post focused …

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