Business collaboration and communications provider Avaya is offering new video collaboration technology aimed specifically at small- to midsize enterprise (SME) customers.
Avaya has upgraded its security portfolio for enterprise collaboration with a new release of its Session Border Controller for Enterprise (SBCE), aimed at protecting collaboration and communications for businesses with remote, home-based and mobile employees.
The SBCE is Avaya’s nod to helping organizations manage their BYOD strategies, particularly in settings where workers use one device both fo
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: EnterpriseA variety of Jabra headsets have been given the tick for interoperability with Avaya's enterprise collaboration products.
Jabra is one of Avaya's technology partners, and following testing by the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab, the headset manufacturer has announced that certain of its products have confirmed interoperability wit
Business communications and collaboration software specialist Avaya announced the launch of Aura Conferencing 7.0, the latest version of the company’s multi-modal conferencing solution.
Designed for businesses with highly mobile workforces and those implementing bring your own device (BYOD) programs, the software enables session-based, unified voice and Web collaboration on the go using desktop Ma
Video conferencing is fast becoming a popular tool for communications among a growing number of businesses. But few want to invest the money in deploying the hardware necessary to make enterprise-class video conferencing and collaboration.
HP and Avaya have forged a three-year strategic agreement under which elements of Avaya's unified communications and contact centre products will be added to HP's unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) services portfolio for enterprises and sold by HP.
Cisco has unveiled a new enterprise collaboration platform, Cisco Quad, and a new 'prosumer video solution' designed to bring video to enterprise collaboration and unified communication systems via a new enterprise version of the Flip video device, and video editing and management facilities in the cloud.
Avaya - which was once tipped to be buying Polycom - is to acquire, for $US230m, videoconference technology developer Radvision and plans to offer a suite of high-definition video collaboration products, with the ability to plug and play multiple mobile devices including Apple iPad and Google Android.
Avaya has updated its IP Office communications system with a new Server Edition and myriad features aimed at making it a full-solution platform perfect for the midmarket space.
IP Office Server Edition uses the same code base as IP Office standard edition but creates a larger form factor — now scaling to 1,000 users in a single location, up from 384 users.
“The new release (version 8.1) and