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Passwords an Absolute Must for IP Communications
Webcams are not new, but with their proliferation in use IP-enabled cameras like those a mom would use to monitor her newborn or one used to monitor the security of a home or office may actually make the monitored environments and the contents therein unsafe. It is not the technology's fault, users are not protecting themselves by ensuring security settings and passwords are, well, secure.
Mitel Giving Up or Just Regrouping?
Though mergers and acquisitions happen every day, not all negotiations have been followed with the fervor or fanfare the Mitel and ShoreTel discussions have evoked. It would appear, based on news out of Ottawa, Mitel has thrown in the towel and we have reached the final episode of 'How the Business Communications World Turns.'
Be on Your P's & Q's When Picking a Partner
Communication and collaboration are two necessities in the enterprise world, which is why it comes as no surprise that new forecasts have the Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) market set to experience some robust growth in the coming years.
It's Unanimous, ShoreTel Tells Mitel No, Again
It seems for some time now ShoreTel and Mitel have been involved in an enterprise edition of ping-pong. Mitel is ferociously trying to take over its largest competitor but ShoreTel's board continues to volley each offer back into Mitel's court.
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