Collaboration is necessary in today’s workforce. To ensure compatibility, IBM has created a collaboration software for Apple devices – collaboration to go. Now workers really do have the ability to work where they want, when they want, using their Apple iPhone or iPad.
Unified communications and collaboration strategies can help organizations deliver a user experience that brings together communications and collaboration silos across and beyond traditional business boundaries. This webcast explains it for you.
Lotus Sametime 7.5 software will represent a significant upgrade in real-time collaboration capabilities. This paper will highlight Sametime 7.5 enhancements for instant messaging (IM), Web conferencing, telephony, video, VoIP and m...
Many Lotus Notes customers realize it's not a matter of “if” but “when” their applications will be migrated to a modern Web infrastructure. This paper has five key reasons that more and more customers are choosing to move their Notes apps to the cloud with Force.com, including ease of use and integration.
Before implementing ECM, it's important for organizations to develop an ECM roadmap or strategy to identify the priorities of the ECM implementation and get clarity on the necessary procedures and technologies it entails. This infographic outlines the steps to successfully implement an ECM system.
There’s never been a better time to unify messaging as a part of your communications strategy. In the event that you or your employees don’t have access to video, you can now send and receive SMS messages with contacts in Outlook, Active Directory, SharePoint and Teams. View this data sheet to get more information.
In this handbook, focused on enterprise resource planning in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at what's behind this renewed priority and why firms want cheaper software maintenance and the benefits of best-of-breed cloud apps.
While all video conferencing tools perform broadly similar tasks, there are certain differences between products and providers.Here we examine the Cisco, Microsoft, and Zoom platforms, highlight the unique features of each product, and explain how the products differ from one another.