Communication service providers with roots in mobile are finding it easier to sell unified communications, especially if it’s hosted
When you consider that there are over a billion cars in the world, but that on average they remain parked for 23 hours a day or over 90 per cent of the time, it’s clear that nowhere near the most efficient use is being made of them.
As is the case with their bigger brothers’ laptops, choosing the right tablet tends to be about finding the right compromise of cost, capability and size to suit your own particular needs and circumstances, writes Stephen Errity
The tools are available for people to communicate more quickly and effectively, but what does it take to persuade organisations to start using them? Ian Campbell asks some leading vendors
Website design for the digital age requires lots of forethought and back-end flexibility
Changing tides in technology initially leave all different types of companies, regardless of scale, with more questions than solutions.
While technologists get excited about the possibilities offered by a more connected world, canny observers warn against putting the cart before the horse, writes Alex Meehan