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By: Plantronics     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Devices can ‘talk amongst themselves’. Technology jargon is often confusing and complicated. And more often than not, the only people that understand the terminology are the people that coined it to begin with. For example, take the term Unified Communications (UC). If you say it a few times and really think about it, you’ll probably get a sense for what it means. But just in case you don’t, let’s break it down and talk about how it can help you.
Tags : unified communications, unified communications solutions, communications, technology, collaboration tools
     Plantronics
By: VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud     Published Date: Feb 19, 2019
The healthcare industry is evolving at a rapid pace from both technology and business perspectives. New technologies are dramatically improving healthcare, from diagnostic imaging and scanning tools to the digitization of medical records. From the business side, the industry continues to consolidate, with metropolitan or regional medical providers absorbing local clinics and rural practices, and large retailers acquiring pharmacies, minute clinics, and urgent care facilities. As a result, many healthcare companies are now competing with retailers for business.
Tags : healthcare, patient experience, sd-wan
     VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud
By: VMTurbo     Published Date: Mar 25, 2015
Expedient Data Centers, a leader in Managed and Data Center Services with locations from Cleveland to Memphis to Boston, unpacks the mechanics of how it consistently meets Service Level Agreements for its customers. This whitepaper explores how service providers use VMTurbo to provide consistent performance across all workloads, as well as the three roles a responsible managed service provider (MSP) takes in order to accomplish that directive.
Tags : vmturbo, cloud mechanics, msp, data center services, managed service provider, it management, data center
     VMTurbo
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
There are etiquettes when it comes to being on a conference call. The following infographic exemplifies all the different kinds of conference callers. Avoid being the "musical maestro" or the "disorganized organizer" and learn your conference call etiquette.
Tags : plantronics, conference caller, conference etiquettes, telephone manners, dial on time, conference caller, conference tips, screen sharing, call participants
     Plantronics
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Wireless technology surrounds us — in the workplace, at home, and many places in between. Mobile phones, WiFi networks, wireless computer accessories, and cordless phones all use radio transmissions for wireless communication. Even devices not used for communication, such as microwave ovens and lighting systems, emit radio frequency energy that can impact wireless devices. In this crowded radio environment, two technologies have emerged as the standard for wireless voice communication in UC and enterprise applications.
Tags : plantronics, audio device technology, wireless technology, digital telecommunications, wireless headset success, influence deployment, analogue modulation, business conversations, dect, dect architecture, wireless technologies, bluetooth headsets, interference avoidance, roaming range, radio spectrum, channel sharing, density effects, wideband operation
     Plantronics
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Trends in the modern work provide organisations the opportunity to rationalise their real estate and optimise their work space for Smarter Working. Plantronics and our partners provide a comprehensive set of tools to help organisation transform their workspace. Plantronics Audio devices and software are essential tools in the new Simply Smarter Office.
Tags : plantronics, communications experience, smarter working, working off-site, productive virtual collaboration, f2f encounters, reduce attrition, optimal working environment, collaboration tools, unified communication, savi wireless range, wireless, new office technologies, high-definition voice
     Plantronics
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Voice is at the heart of enterprise collaboration. Plantronics provides a comprehensive portfolio of audio devices for the mobile professional delivering superb call clarity working anywhere. Advanced Smart Sensor Technology and Software deliver a superior user experience. InstantMeeting software allows for easy, one-touch joining of audio conference calls
Tags : plantronics, effectively collaborating, virtual collaboration, mobile working, accurate presence status, simply smarter mobile, wireless calls, enterprise collaboration, plantronics audio devices, smart sensor technology and software, instantmeeting software, audio conference calls
     Plantronics
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
In the business world, the convergence of voice and data – as well as video and mobility – has evolved into unified communications, an enabler that is difficult to pigeonhole. Encompassing voice, data, video, mobility, and more, it can be located on site or it can be delivered/hosted from the “cloud”. Most important, UC ensures that information is available and people are reachable anytime, anywhere on almost any device of their choosing.
Tags : plantronics, uc solutions, end-users, communication integration, communication tools, collaborative processes, telecommuters, successful implementations, customer service, uc implementations, dimension data, international systems integrator, communication strategy, enhancing user productivity, strategic competencies, user-focus solutions, end-user acceptance, savvy integrators, it management
     Plantronics
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Emerging technologies empower, but they can also confuse. Workers in the new mobile landscape struggle to manage communications with mobile phones, landlines, VoIP calls and different voicemail boxes, email, IM, text messages and social networking applications. Unified Communications is the answer. It’s the bridge between all these communication systems helping manage communications with one interface.
Tags : plantronics, office environment, unified communications, emerging technologies empower, manage communications, audio quality, communication channels, acoustic technology, working offsite, b2b communication, telecommuting, plantronics audio devices, plantronics technology, ergonomic innovations, acoustic intelligence, networking
     Plantronics
By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Maximize the effectiveness of collaboration. As teams become ever more dispersed, organisations need to think about more than technology to ensure collaboration is successful. With employees now separated much more by time and distance, a range of communication tools are being used by enterprises to keep everyone connected.
Tags : plantronics, communications experience, smarter working, working off-site, productive virtual collaboration, f2f encounters, reduce attrition, optimal working environment, collaboration tools, unified communication, savi wireless range, wireless, new office technologies, high-definition voice, dispersed workforces, communicate through technology, effective collaboration, networking, it management
     Plantronics
By: Ensighten     Published Date: Aug 01, 2013
Advanced Use Cases
Tags : ensighten, marketing, roi, digital ecosystem, sony electronics, case study
     Ensighten
By: Kenshoo     Published Date: Oct 30, 2012
With nearly 200 stores throughout the US, Meijer has evolved to over more than just groceries, stocking a range of items including apparel, electronics, and more. Read this case study to learn how Kenshoo's platform helped Meijer grow.
Tags : sem, kenshoo, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, tracking
     Kenshoo
By: IBM     Published Date: May 31, 2017
What defines cognitive manufacturing maturity? Our study found three stages of cognitive manufacturing maturity. We call those organizations in the earliest stage Observers, followed by Starters and Actives, respectively. These groups differ on two key characteristics: the presence of an overall strategy for cognitive manufacturing, and degree of strategic execution of multiple projects that enable higher project success and significantly fewer failed projects. Strategy is the crucial enabler of higher maturity. How do manufacturers get beyond the obstacles and barriers to increase cognitive manufacturing maturity? The obstacles encountered by our respondents are tied to organizational maturity. Overcoming them is fundamental to increase cognitive manufacturing success. In this report, we’ll first describe cognitive computing and how it gives rise to cognitive manufacturing. Then, we’ll review specific study findings and recommend actions for electronics executives.
Tags : cognitive manufacturing, cognitive computing, organizational maturity, electronics, ibv
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 13, 2017
IBM has a unique position in the marketplace, with cognitive platforms and services, industry-specific offerings and expert consulting to support electronics companies. To understand how the electronics industry is applying cognitive computing to manufacturing, the IBM Institute for Business Value surveyed 140 electronics executives around the world and across all industry subsectors. We found that a core group of early adopters has kicked off a new generation of production success with cognitive manufacturing and show greater returns on investment (ROI) with increased productivity. Our analysis answers some important questions.
Tags : ibm, consulting, cognitive, electronic manufacturing, roi, increased productivity, cognitive manufacturing
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 13, 2017
Learn about a solution for electronics manufacturers to promote greater efficiency and profitability, as well as consumer satisfaction. The full spectrum of IoT electronics consists of Medical Devices, Consumer electronics and appliances, network equipment providers and many more. “These “smart, connected products”—made possible by vast improvements in processing power and device miniaturization and by the network benefits of ubiquitous wireless connectivity—have unleashed a new era of competition.”
Tags : iot, electronic industry, technology advancement, medical devices, greater efficiency, consumer satisfaction, data driven
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 18, 2017
Electronics manufacturers risk being left behind if they don’t stay current on the latest trends that promote greater efficiency and profitability, as well as consumer satisfaction. Get the details about a complete electronics solution that can help address these issues.
Tags : iot, ibm, electronics, electronics solution
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 18, 2017
How do manufacturers get beyond the obstacles and barriers to increase cognitive manufacturing maturity? The obstacles encountered by our respondents are tied to organizational maturity. Overcoming them is fundamental to increase cognitive manufacturing success. In this report, we’ll first describe cognitive computing and how it gives rise to cognitive manufacturing. Then, we’ll review specific study findings and recommend actions for electronics executives.
Tags : cognitive manufacturing, ibm, electronics, organizational maturity
     IBM
By: Group M_IBM Q1'18     Published Date: Dec 20, 2017
Despite the business-transforming upsides of data from the Internet of things (IoT), there’s a downside: security. Porous networks and lax users offer tantalizing access for hackers. Although most security spending is at the enterprise level, a shift is needed to secure IoT applications and provide improved governance and accountability. Electronics companies must create secure environments that safely collect, consume, share and store data on their networks. But they also must go beyond devices and consumers to close holes to factory, ecosystem and partner networks.
Tags : planet scale security, iot, security, iot application, application security, partner networks
     Group M_IBM Q1'18
By: Group M_IBM Q1'18     Published Date: Dec 20, 2017
Hyper-complex production meets cognitive computing. Electronics manufacturing is surrounded by continuous complexity. Executives face rising resource costs in traditionally low-cost production markets. They must address increasing customization, shorter lead times, frequently changing requirements and shrinking order sizes – all while managing a sophisticated supply network. They need to examine automation potential and maintain critical institutional knowledge. Thinner margins and increased competition threaten consistent quality, risk greater downtime and reduce desired flexibility. Investments in new equipment and automation systems are increasing the amount of data available from the shop floor, but most is not used to its full potential. Now, cognitive manufacturing is transforming production to address such complexity.
Tags : cognitive manufacuring, electronics manufacturing, production transformation, automation systems, manufacturing
     Group M_IBM Q1'18
By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 18, 2018
How IBM can help As one of the world’s leading research organizations, and one of the world’s top contributors to open source projects, IBM is committed to fostering the collaborative effort required to transform how people, governments and businesses transact and interact. IBM provides clients the blockchain technology fabric, consulting and systems integration capabilities to design and rapidly adopt distributed ledgers, digital identity and blockchain solutions. IBM helps clients leverage the global scale, business domain expertise and deep cloud integration experience required for the application of these technologies. Learn more at ibm.com/blockchain. The IBM Global Electronics practice uniquely combines IBM and partner services, hardware, software and research into integrated solutions that can help you deliver innovation, create differentiated customer experiences and optimize your global operations. Please visit ibm.com/electronics
Tags : ibm, blockchain, electronics
     IBM
By: BlackBerry Cylance     Published Date: Jul 02, 2018
Phoenix Children’s CISO, Daniel Shuler, and its IT security team are responsible for protecting 5,000 endpoints in the hospital and across more than 20 clinics in the region. Endpoints include physician and staff laptops and desktops, nursing stations, servers, Windows-based clinical devices, credit card payment processors, and point-of-sale terminals. These endpoints are used to store and/or process personal health information (PHI), and payment and credit card information. They must comply with HIPAA for PHI and voluntarily comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) for credit card data. The IT security team’s existing industry-leading AV solution claimed to provide visibility into malicious activity aimed at the endpoints. It continuously reported all endpoints were safe, sound, and secure. This caused Daniel to be suspicious. He knew from experience that such low levels of endpoint malicious activity was highly unlikely. Read the full case study to learn about the results Cylance was able to deliver.
Tags : hospital, cyber, security, data
     BlackBerry Cylance
By: Rainmaker Systems Inc.     Published Date: Jan 13, 2012
In B2B e-commerce the mechanics are complex, requiring frequent iterative adjustments as technical specifications, end-user goals, and multiple stakeholders participate in the process. B2B e-commerce does not advance in a straight line, but as a web of inter-connected decision points.
Tags : rainmaker, marketing, b2b, e-commerce, crm, end-user goals, customer experience
     Rainmaker Systems Inc.
By: Neolane, Inc.     Published Date: Dec 30, 2008
The Hager Group is a $1.5-billion electronics manufacturer. With a distributed global workforce of more than 10,000 employees, Hager has 40 sales subsidiaries and 25 industrial sites worldwide.  Today, with a centralized marketing database and software, Hager can ensure data quality and deliver personalized, targeted communications according to customer and prospect profiles and behavior.  This program allows Hager to capture 1,000 new prospects each month, and achieve a 10 percent conversion rate - resulting in an incremental revenue increase of $42 million per year.
Tags : neolane, the hager group, e-marketing program, centralized marketing database, central repository customer data, crm software, custom content, deliverability, e-commerce, email marketing, emerging marketing, international marketing, lead generation, rich media
     Neolane, Inc.
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