The Economy And Jobs: More Than You Can Handle?
Feel that? It's the economy quaking. With the House rejecting the $700 billion bailout bill, stocks seesawing, and loads of uncertainty looming, it's possible you'll have more candidates than you ever imagined applying for jobs at your company. Are you ready to handle that?
Cisco Changes The Communications Debate
As you can see in my No Jitter post on the topic, my friend Allan Sulkin, the ultimate voice communications expert, considers Cisco's announcement of a software-as-a-service play for UC/collaboration a "game changer." Maybe it changes the game; it definitely alters the debate.
How Does T-Mobile's Google G1 Stack Up?
We review several features available in the first Android-powered handset that could make it a hit in the enterprise and viable alternative to the BlackBerry or iPhone.
Apple, AT&T Sued For iPhone 3G Flaws
The N.Y. lawsuit also claims the 3G iPhones demand too much power from the 3G bandwidths and AT&T's infrastructure is insufficient to handle the number of iPhones sold.
Google's Android Era Set To Begin
T-Mobile's imminent launch of its Android-powered mobile phone has the potential to disrupt, although questions about the Linux-based open source platform remain.
FMC: It's All About Features, Says DiVitas
DiVitas Networks has been one of the leaders in enterprise fixed-mobile convergence (FMC), going back to the time when FMC mostly meant the ability to transition from a cellular network to voice over Wi-Fi without dropping the call. Now, DiVitas's CEO calls that capability "table stakes."
Cisco To Acquire Jabber For Enterprise UC
Jabber's open source instant messaging and presence technology is expected to help Cisco's fight with Microsoft to become the leading supplier of real-time voice communications and data.