Video Collaboration at Work

What do you know about “Distributed Workforce”? It’s all about workers on a mobile office or also known under the term “free agents”. This presentation explains the big role that video plays in collaboration and productivity throughout the distributed workforce.

Slow American Internet

Would you expect that American citizens surf the internet at roughly 15.9 MB/s, about 30 MB/s slower than their Hong Kong peers? That puts USA at the 11th position in global internet speed rankings, even behind countries you wouldn’t think.

VOIP for Business

This report examines the evident shift to VoiP services in the enterprise environment presenting the reasons that make VoiP more business-friendly that traditional landline.

Mobile Technology in Business

Walk through some of the biggest moments in the development of wireless and mobile communication technology and discover how it has revolutionized the way small to enterprise size businesses operate on a daily basis.

Corporate Video Conferencing

Even more enterprises are adopting video technologies for their communication needs. From internal communication for distance collaboration and conferencing to customer-centric video services, audiovisual communication considerably abets employee engagement. Read the facts.

US Wiretapping History

Chances are that you have heard or read about the story of Edward Snowden and the hullabaloo that his rattling statements fired. Here you will learn all the story about American wiretapping as part of the never ending and ambiguous dilemma of privacy vs security.

Text Messaging Evolution

Since when do you remember yourself tapping the keypad on the go? If you don’t belong to the mobile tech veterans, it worth to know that the first ever sms text message was delivered just a few days before 1992 closing. See how it all started and how we have reached to talk about the SMS lingo.

The World on Mobile

People from Lebara UK, sourcing data from the UN and PEW, visualize the worldwide mobile usage across 18 different countries from Europe, Africa, Middle East, America and Asia to show us how the world utilizes mobile technology to communicate.

Student Smartphone Addiction

Insights and demographics of smartphone usage among student individuals in the UK. This report presents the types of activities that phones are used for as well as the total amount of time spent using smartphones and the most popular apps, phone brand, and network providers in the UK.

Mobile Experience Report

Citrix Byte Mobile reports on behavioral and usage patterns of mobile subscribers based on data coming from its latest Mobile Analytics Report for 2013A . Interesting findings about how users perceive mobile services offered by carriers are also included.

Cell Phone Hazards

Most of us use a cell phone. Some of us cannot even separate from that as if it was an inborn hand extension. All of us have heard rumors of lurking health risks go about. This report outlines the way people use cell phones and highlights the results of studies that correlate mobile phone technology with various health issues.

VOIP vs Traditional Telephony

Analog or Digital, telephony services are integral part of our professional and personal life. This graph clarifies and compares the technology behind traditional PBX and VOIP phone systems and concludes with the benefits of the latter as the most advanced and cost effective solution to every scale.

Mobile Security Awareness

January 28th has been named as Data Privacy Date. This spot brings mobile security awareness on the spotlight, by presenting notable facts from the currenst state in the mobile world followed by some essential tips on keeping your device the least vulnerable to security breaches.

China Broadband Speed

Notwithstanding the dashing economical development, China’s broadband infrastructure seems to snail compared to the established standards. Shangai primes the speed rank, at 5.96 Mb/s on average and 6.3 max during off-peak hours. However, advancements have been done since 2011.

Smartphone Technology History

The first mobile phone needed a fire hydrant ground and featured antenna wired on umbrella. Since then great progess has been recorded to reach the modern smartphones. Discover how people adopted the wireless communication technology in their daily motions with the passage of time.

The State And Trends Of Mobile Internet

Browse and move! These are the global trends of mobile interenet in an app addicted world.

The evolution of smartphones

Once upon a time smartphones used to be just phones. Enjoy a short journey to the smart evolution

Nokia Lumia Twitter Buzz

Quick, easy and quite manneristic we think so. Would you switch to Lumia?

Unified Communications

Brief report about the savings in cost and time achieved by organizations that have implemented unified communication systems.

Cell phone Networks Jammed

An experiment that took place at fenway Park proves that network traffic jams happen despite the aparent signal strength displayed and affect the quality of phone services.

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