Camp Dress McKee’s HD Videoconferencing Delivers Business Efficiency and Lowers Opex

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April 25th, 2011

Camp Dress McKee (CDM) is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to public and private clients worldwide. CDM’s traditional areas of expertise include water and the environment. In this podcast, I talk with Peter Palmisano, CIO of CDM, about how CDM is using HD videoconferencing to speed business processes and reduce operational cost.

Camp Dress McKee’s HD Videoconferencing Delivers Business Efficiency and Lowers Opex

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April 11th, 2011

peter_CDM.jpgCamp Dress McKee or CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to public and private clients worldwide. CDM’s traditional areas of expertise include water and the environment. In this podcast, I talk with Peter Palmisano, CIO, CDM, about how CDM is using HD videoconferencing to speed business processes and reduce operational cost.

Multipoint Video Conferencing: Is There a Smarter Approach to Growth?

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November 30th, 2010

By LifeSize, a division of Logitech

In today’s economic environment, organizations are tightening budgets and streamlining wherever possible. Despite financial constraints, IT executives must continually seek out innovative, cost-effective technologies to improve business-critical communications, collaboration and productivity. One such solution is high definition multipoint video conferencing. As an alternative to expensive and time-consuming travel and audio conferencing, HD video conferencing has gained widespread usage. In delivering video technology to a broad user base, IT management takes the lead in strategically building infrastructure, capacity and access for an entire organization—a monumental task that requires a smart, creative approach.

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Lippis Report 152: How Microsoft Killed The Unified Communications Interoperability Forum Before It Started

July 13th, 2010

nicklippis.jpgIn the Lippis Report Research Note 150, we discussed the new industry group called Unified Communications Interoperability Forum or UNIF and compared it to other industry consortium charted to deliver interoperable solutions. While interoperability is sorely needed in the UC industry, it looks like Microsoft killed its changes of broad industry success before it started. What I hear from both UCIF members and non-members is that UCIF is controlled by Microsoft, and thus, lacks a large cross section of industry players as well as major UC providers. With its current structure, UCIF will make limited headway on its charter. In this Lippis Report Research Note, we review UCIF and its’ opportunities.
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