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Extreme Networks IdentiFi™ Wireless LAN Wins Network Computing Magazine's Wireless Product of the Year

Readers honor full-featured, scalable and sophisticated enterprise mobility platform

Topics: Extreme Networks

Extreme Networks Purview Network-Powered Analytics Selected as a Finalist for Best of Interop 2014 Awards

Breakthrough Product Delivers Application Analytics and Optimisation that Transforms the Network into a Strategic Business Asset

Datrix partner Extreme Networks has been selected as a Best of Interop finalist for the management award category, recognising the recently introduced Purview network-powered application analytics and optimisation solution. The Best of Interop award winners will be announced on Tuesday, April 1 at 5:30 pm in the Interop Theatre on the Expo Floor during Interop Las Vegas, which is happening on March 31 - April 4th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Centre. 

Topics: Extreme Networks

Unify Announces Additional Project Ansible Details at Enterprise Connect

Delivery roadmap outlined; New functionality revealed; Initial solution to be cloud based; Early user trials report exceptional usability scores

Today Unify, formerly Siemens Enterprise Communications, provided additional details for Project Ansible, a secure and engaging communications and collaboration platform first debuted to wide acclaim from customers and analysts in June 2013.  The company also reported better than anticipated and extraordinary usability results from user testing. Today's announcement was made at Enterprise Connect, the industry's premier conference and exhibition on enterprise communications and collaboration.

“Since joining Unify, Project Ansible has been a central focus in our portfolio reviews, and I am even more excited about its potential to deliver an amazing user experience and tangible benefits to companies of all sizes,” said Dean Douglas, chief executive officer of Unify. “Project Ansible is our answer to intensive market research that started over two years ago.   Based on what users expect from their communications and collaboration behaviour, Project Ansible is the solution to take them there, enabling individuals and teams for the New Way to Work, and we’re happy to be driving the conversation and playing a pivotal leading role for this industry.”

Topics: Unify

Unify Sets New "High Bar" for User Experience for Unified Communications Industry

Latest version of OpenScape Enterprise leverages user experience concepts from Project Ansible, improving ease of use, security and reliability

Unify, formerly known as Siemens Enterprise Communications, today this week the next software release of the industry-leading OpenScape Enterprise with enhancements to quickly and securely equip customers with the collaboration benefits required to support the New Way to Work (#NW2W). The updates to the OpenScape UC and OpenScape Voice applications deliver a new, intuitive user interface and security and reliability enhancements to ensure today’s “Anywhere Worker” can easily collaborate at any time and from any location.  The announcement was made at CeBIT, the world’s largest international ICT trade fair, held at Hannover, Germany March 10-14.

“Unify has a long history of delivering the most advanced communication and collaboration tools, and with the latest enhancements to our OpenScape Enterprise portfolio, we’ve made these tools even more intuitive, easy to use, reliable and open,” said Eve Aretakis, executive vice president, Product Management and Development for Unify. “The New Way to Work is here, and we are committed to providing our customers with a collaboration experience that works the way their users want and empowers their teams to stay connected, responsive, and collaborate seamlessly.”

Topics: Unified Communications

Bridging the gap between business intelligence and network management

According to the Harvard Business Review many business managers rely on ‘gut instinct’ to make important decisions, often leading to poor results.

However, when managers insist on incorporating logic and evidence into their decision-making processes, they make better choices and their companies benefit.

Topics: Network Analytics