Whether you're a global corporation or a small business, ensuring remote working colleages can keep in touch is suddenly more important than ever. We look at 17 video-enabled collaboration tools that could help bridge the communications gap.
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Springing into action...
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Collaboration will extend feature sets of proprietary UC apps
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Even the solutions can cause problems
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Death, where is thy sting?
"Holistic approach" required, says vendor
Only 27 per cent of firms have 'visibility, understanding and control' of their collaboration environments
UC&C control slipping out of IT's hands?
Enterprise messaging and collaboration firm revels in its success at this year's VEAs
Latest version of the on-premise collaboration platform now available for deployment
Latest version of Microsoft's collaboration platform is now integrated with Project Server
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