Video Conferencing and Telepresence
- Working at home in pajamas: Bad for desktop video conferencing uptakeNews - Cultural barriers have impeded desktop video adoption among knowledge workers, requiring UC pros to focus their desktop video conferencing strategy on upper management.
- A closer look at video conferencing solutions, technology and vendorsFeature - Understanding the physical pieces of video conferencing solutions is key to implementation success. Take a closer look at the individual elements of your video conferencing system.
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News -Logitech has announced its newest line of conferencing hardware that aims to replace the laptop at the conference table and support video collaboration in meeting rooms.
Feature -How can video conferencing technology make a difference outside the boardroom? One engineer explains her plan to use it to help at-risk students in rural Tunisia.
Almost anyone who has installed a network knows that much of it cannot be done from the relative comfort of an office chair. Whether you have to mount wireless access points on ceilings or pull Ethernet cables behind the walls, challenging network locations can often result in getting your hands dirty.
But for those network engineers who manage infrastructure in places other than conventional office buildings, a so-called normal day at the office can take an unusual turn. Freezing temperatures, mounds of dirt, traveling data centers and military-grade security requirements are just some of the conditions facing the organizations we've featured in this edition of Network Evolution as several IT pros take you behind the scenes of their unusual network locations.
Also in this issue, we dive into the world of container networking and what the latest updates to Docker's platform and other developments mean for network engineers. Rather than complicate networks, containers may actually simplify them in some cases.
We also take a look at the latest innovations in next-generation firewalls as vendors increasingly look to marry application-level security with features like cloud-based threat analysis to combat the onslaught of advanced persistent threats plaguing enterprises.
And be sure to check out this edition of The Subnet, where one networking pro shares her plan to use video conferencing to improve opportunities for underserved youth in rural Tunisia.