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Polycom Study: Indian Businesses Make Best Use of Collaboration Technology in Asia Pacific

By : CIOL Bureau

Indian organisations have the best-equipped huddle rooms, or small meeting spaces in the Asia Pacific, according to a new survey. A new study released by Polycom revealed that India is leading the region in enabling productive meetings between onsite and

Plantronics Completes $2 Billion Acquisition of Polycom

By : CIOL Bureau

Plantronics announced that it has completed its acquisition of Polycom. The acquisition of Polycom will accelerate and expand Plantronics’ vision and enable it to deliver the broadest portfolio of end points in the Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) ecosystem. “We

‘Work’ is no longer a place that people go to, it’s what they do regardless of location

By : Soma Tah

Soma Tah The adoption of mobility, cloud, and social media have changed the way people used to work earlier. The boundaries of workplaces are melting down fast, as today people can choose where they work, thanks to the consumerization of

Polycom adds people-tracking tech to its new video-conferencing solution

BANGALORE, INDIA: Polycom has announced the launch of new solution, Polycom EagleEye Director II that adds a life-like look and feel to virtual meetings. Meeting participants no longer need to worry about managing the meeting using cumbersome remote controls. Instead,

Polycom comes on-board the DGS&D panel

MUMBAI, INDIA:  Polycom has comes on-board the Directorate General Supplies and Disposals (DGS&D) to boost uptake of video collaboration solutions in the government sector. Through the rate contract agreement, supported by Inspira, a national Polycom distributor, the company will offer

Polycom takes enterprise-grade collaboration into huddle rooms

HYDERABAD, INDIA: Polycom announces two new Polycom RealPresence Group Series video collaboration solutions that transform small workspaces into high-powered collaboration hubs. The emergence of huddle rooms—which Frost & Sullivan predicts will reach into the tens of millions by 2020 due