Research Notes

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This research note reviews HP’s newly revised stance in the videoconferencing industry, and evaluates how the company’s moves will affect the market overall and HP's partners in specific.
Posted: 25 Jun 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This very short document describes the continual dilemma in the videoconferencing industry around product obsolescence.
Posted: 15 Jun 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
A first-ever statewide deal for Google in primary / secondary education and its implications
Posted: 25 May 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note provides insight and analysis into the capabilities and performance of the ooVoo desktop conferencing service.
Posted: 3 Mar 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note provides insight and analysis into Microsoft Lync’s videoconferencing capabilities, as well as solutions and strategies for integrating Lync into enterprise video deployments.
Posted: 28 Jan 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note provides analysis and insight into the anticipated disappearance of the telepresence market segment.
Posted: 26 Jan 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note highlights some of the common themes and exciting new products WR discovered at CES 2010.
Posted: 13 Jan 2010 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note provides WR's insight into Sony's plans to hand over its EMEA videoconferencing business to Spire Global.
Posted: 14 Dec 2009 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note provides insight and analysis into Sony's plans to halt its VC activities in Europe.
Posted: 3 Dec 2009 --- Content Type: Research Notes
This research note reviews the current state of the H3C videoconferencing product line and some of the options for HP as it integrates 3Com/H3C into the fold.
Posted: 2 Dec 2009 --- Content Type: Research Notes

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