The new essential device for healthcare

The new essential device for healthcare

Last week, I had a scare.

It was late afternoon and I had just picked my daughter up from preschool. As I helped her get buckled into her carseat, I rested my phone on the roof of the car — just for a second — to free up my hands. Fast-forward about five minutes into our journey, and I remembered with a jolt — the phone was still on the roof of the (now moving) car! My mind raced: Had I heard a thud? Was the phone now strewn across the road in a million pieces, smashed by a two-ton truck? Panicked, I looked for a safe spot to pull over.

A Definite Maybe to the Future

A Definite Maybe to the Future

The fact that humans use machines is old news. Even as far back 4,500 years ago, the pyramids were built with the aid of machines; likewise, airplanes, excavators, and sewing machines didn’t just appear out of thin air. People have always developed certain ‘relationships’ with their machines out of necessity; otherwise, they wouldn’t have been able to use them.

All Your Business Collaboration Needs In One Place

All Your Business Collaboration Needs In One Place

Have you ever been frustrated because you can't get a hold of a colleague who is out of the office? You misplaced their cell number and just have a quick question to ask as to better make a decision? With Cisco Spark's always-on messaging, audio and video capabilities, you can message, call or video conference anywhere on any device, making it easier to get a hold of the person of the hour.

Cisco and Broadsoft: What Does It Mean

Cisco and Broadsoft: What Does It Mean

Earlier this week Cisco made an acquisition, buying telecom infrastructure provider Broadsoft for 1.9 billion dollars, net cash. To many in the telecom world it was a merger of sorts, not so much of equals, but of parts and pieces.

Cisco, long a force in the collaboration world, and the SIP based telecom hardware world is long on telecom related assets and services.