“Too much email!” That’s a common complaint heard around the office, and it’s true. Email is a communication tool that everyone is used to, but nobody loves.
As we round up 2014, everyone’s already looking ahead to 2015 and what we might expect in the new year. Michael throws his hat in the ring and offers up his own predictions for the direction enterprise communication will go in 2015.
With hit New York restaurants Sen Restaurant and KOA, Tora Matsuoka has perfected his recipe for success:
Michael comments on Forbes on the recent announcement that Facebook is working on an enterprise product for interoffice communication, Facebook At Work.
Can’t leave home without gloves and a down jacket? Christmas tree stands popping up all around your city? It’s definitely December, which means time for our regular roundup of the past month’s news.
Microsoft Lync, recently rebranded as Skype for Business, is a traditional name in the unified communications space. Lync strives to unite a range of communication channels: instant messaging, calling, video conferencing, the software and the hardware.
As smart phones and tablets proliferate, the number of personal devices allowed to be connected to the corporate network is growing due to perceived cost savings and productivity gains.
Jennifer Schiff from CIO Magazine highlights the implementation of mobile communication tools as one way a sales team leader can raise the effectiveness of his team, and gets Michael’s view on the traits of a good solution: