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Employee demands for personal video are fuelling a new wave of market growth
Our personal and professional lives are converging, driven by more sophisticated smartphone technologies and ever-increasing clamours to communicate whenever and wherever we wish.
Employees are using a variety of personal communication applications, such as Skype and WhatsApp, that integrate computer, phone and smartphone functions equally, according to Lena-Alice Ackermann, head of group unified communications at Damovo, a global provider of enterprise communications solutions.
“The ensuing mass movement towards bring-your-own-device poses new challenges for the IT...
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