By James Governor on May 11, 2010
We hear a lot from Cisco these days about TelePresence (hey its even a gag in 30 Rock now) vs HP Halo… but what about Skype Video? Expectations are set high with Cisco Telepresence. You have to use one of their offices, so its a managed environment. Quality of service is a given. As chair […]
By R "Ray" Wang on March 31, 2010
PEOPLE WHISPERS: MOVES, PROMOTIONS, AND MILESTONES* As always, thanks for your emails and alerts. If you’ve got a change or know of a promotion, keep dropping me a line! If you need a referral, and we’ve worked together in the past, don’t hesitate to reach out to me via Linked In. Ashesh Badani became Sr. […]
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By Chris Selland on November 12, 2009
Not surprisingly, there’s a lot of interest and speculation in what happens next after the $HPQ acquisition of $COMS.
First of all, yes of course $HPQ is going after $CSCO (who isn’t these days?) – but as usually happens when the leader gets attacked, I expect the damage, at least in the near-term, to be minimal. […]