Scott McCool has been promoted to group vice president of information technology and chief information officer (CIO) at Polycom.
Dimension Data’s education arm, Dimension Data Learning Solutions (DDLS), has qualified to provide Polycom training and programs, having achieved Authorised Training Partner status.
Polycom expects video collaboration to become necessary for organisations in driving operating efficiency over the coming months.
Centre table video conferencing is the latest innovation touted by Polycom as part of its most recent addition to its Microsoft Lync compatible devices.
Unified collaboration and communication vendor, Polycom, has named Peter Leav to lead the company as its new president and chief executive officer (CEO).
Unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) vendor, Polycom, has opened office in Brisbane, hoping to capitalise from what it sees as a “particularly strong region for growth.”
Networking products vendor, Juniper Networks, has appointed Hansjoerg Wagner to the role of Asia-Pacific (APAC) senior vice-president in which he will lead the company’s business activities for the region.
Unified communications and collaboration vendor, Polycom, has updated its RealPresence Resource Manager software to version eight, promising more effective management of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) by increasing the limit of supported the users.
Videoconferencing is available for desktops and even through specially designed rooms called telepresence systems, but on wireless handhelds? According to Robert Hagerty, who has been CEO of Polycom for 10 years, it could be widely available soon.
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