Archive for July, 2019

  • I participated in a Unified Communications panel at InfoComm about three years ago. It was a great panel with representation from companies like Cisco, Polycom, and (the now defunct) Tely Labs. I was the oddball of the bunch; promising the audience that a focus on software to improve proximate meetings was needed at least as much as a focus on meetings with remote participants. The panel was fun and ended with some real fireworks as a theme of audience questions began to emerge—interoperability. Audience member after audience member pointed out that while all the video conferencing providers claim ...Read More »