Cisco's acquisition of Viptela takes the company further out of its traditional territory and into the software space
Acquisition of assets sees Toshiba leaving North American UC market.
ISDN was first defined in 1988, but soon it will be disappearing forever - maybe not before time, says Sonus's Kevin Baynes
Fuze collaboration platform exposed online meetings to attackers as a result of 'improper access control'
Glaring access control flaw meant Fuze meetings were indexed by search engines
SMBs failing to tap productivity benefits of unified communications, citing cost
Cloud computing will require ubiquitous, reliable network connections. So where are they, asks Peter Cochrane
Computing Research reveals worrying lack of forward thinking among UK-based businesses
Find out in our new 'cloud balancing' research paper
Thomson Reuters' Kelvin Lee: good communication and listening skills between departments is vital for modern organisations
New material can even repair itself when it's been ripped in two
Someone was paid good money to come up with possibly the worst rebrand in history
Promises connection for 150 cloud and SaaS applications
But there's a lot more work to do with integration
Problems with t2.micro instances on Friday down to provisioning issues rather than capacity, suggests AWS
The service formerly known as Hotmail experiences further authentication issues across the globe
Virtual reality will show would-be engineers exactly what the job entails
Microsoft, Google and others have spent enough on AI, but Peter Cochrane sees little evidence of it when it comes to email and search
Citrix has hired Goldman Sachs to search for potential buyers, according to insiders
$100m for struggling unified comms firm's coffers as it tries to move to cloud
Microsoft suffers authentication outage as Outlook, Hotmail and Skype users are locked out of accounts
Comms grind to a standstill. Again.
"Comprehensive strategies" particularly in cloud, finds analysis
Bandwidth is not the best longterm cure for complex networking issues
'I'm sorry Dave, you have to be in a meeting now'
Govt wants to ensure UK well-placed for digital future