Part I of the Future of Video was with Alex Eleftheriadis, Chief Scientist and co-founder of +Vidyo, Inc (who brought the original technology used by Google). Bernard Aboba, Principal Architect, Lync Division at Microsoft, continues this topic along with Jitsi's Emil Ivov. #vuc497
VentureBeat Avast bought your phone on eBay & recovered what you thought you 'wiped' VentureBeat “This guy was really into anime porn,” says Caroline James, PR manager for Avast, pointing to a spread of papers with pictures of data taken from 20...
Hands on with Cisco's TelePresence SX10 Video Conferencing System Telepresence Options The Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set is an all-in-one unit that combines with any flat panel display to video-enable small collaboration spaces.
New plan may put next-gen pay phones on hold Crain's New York Business A new era for New York City's outdated pay phones will begin to take shape in October, when the current 15-year-old franchise expires, making way for a new franchisee.
ExtremeTech Stingray, the fake cell phone tower cops and carriers use to track your every move ExtremeTech A stingray is a false cell phone tower that can force phones in a geographical area to connect to it.
When the power goes out on a hot day, most people assume overuse of air conditioning is to blame. But from June 12 through July 7, four substation outages in Portland’s westside suburbs and in North Portland were caused by adorably nimble, fluffy-tailed and overly adventurous squirrels.
If you use Microsoft products or Adobe Flash Player, please take a moment to read this post and update your software. Adobe today issued a critical update that plugs at least three security holes in the program.
In this Industry Buzz podcast, Dave Michels, moderates a discussion about the UC implications of Mary Meeker's recent presentation at the inaugural Code Conference titled, "Internet Trends 2014." The podcast includes UCStrategies Experts Don Van...
Worried about the NSA monitoring you? If you take certain steps to mask your identity online, such as using the encryption service TOR, or even investigating an alternative to the buggy Windows operating system, you’re all but asking for “deep” monitoring by the NSA.
It has been some time since Truphone has appeared in the spotlight on the VUC - so we decided that it is about time for a bit of an update! Truphone (formed in 2006) is billed as the first GLOBAL MOBILE NETWORK OPERATOR - and has seen rapid expansion over the past three years from humble beginnings in a converted farm building in North Kent (UK) to an Global Company with an international footprint. James Body, Head of Research and Development at Truphone will join the VUC to share the Truphone story and then demonstrate some of the products that have caused this expansion. Learn about what is inside the Truphone SIM, see the Truphone apps performing, wonder at the complexity/beauty of the Truphone infrastructure - and be prepared for a NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT! As usual, demonstrations will be live - and will offer listeners the opportunity to participate (in Tru #DangerousDemo fashion).
The old adage “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” no doubt is doubly so when it comes to steeply discounted brand-name stuff for sale on random Web site, especially sports jerseys, designer shoes and handbags.