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Blurring the Lines: User-Driven Value in the Enterprise Conferencing and Collaboration Space

By Jill Huselton

Trend-watchers like analyst Dave Michels have called it: Enterprise communications and collaboration clearly are moving toward messaging and social models found in consumer apps. In the consumerization of IT, services such as Slack and Cisco Spark are increasingly turning to the streamlined tools and UI elements found in consumer social services to promote sharing and collaboration. Read More...

From the Campaign Trail to the Polling Station: Gets Out the Vote

You might not have guessed it, but has been pulling its civic weight in every election cycle since 2008. We’ve been behind the scenes, supporting the democratic process by powering campaign communications on both sides of the aisle — helping staffers and volunteers connect, strategize and get out the vote.  Read More...

Finding Webinar Gold: A Map to Content, Platform and Marketing Greatness

Woman in office using free webinar software in office

The right free webinar software can build brand awareness, engage the audience with content or deliver stellar lead generation. Better yet, a successful webinar can do all of the above.  So when planning to host a webinar, says Forbes contributor Dave Hendricks, it’s critical that the basics — content, platform and marketing — are covered. With that in mind, below are a few steps to help you set up, plan and present your next webinar. Read More...

Finally, Remote Desktop with Online Meetings. Best. Invention. Ever.

By Kelly Kincaid

My aunt is a self-proclaimed non-techie. She lives on a remote farmhouse in rural Maine and communicates with the outside world using a flip phone and a landline. Her desktop and tablet are, by and large, collecting dust. Last week, I tried to change that. We spent an hour on a call, walking ever so slowly through the process of downloading various apps. Read More... The Extreme Weather Workaround

Hurricane season sign against stormy background

Seriously, folks. In 2016, the U.S. has seen record snowstorms, floods, heat domes, droughts and firestorms. Now, hurricane season is upon us. And as Ari Sarsalari of Weather Channel asserts, Hurricane Matthew is no joke. At, our thoughts are with all the residents and first responders dealing with this situation throughout the Southeast. Read More...