Category Archive: iPhone

mobile device, known for itunes, ipod and appstore functionality

Jun 05

Microsoft Lync 2010 and Mobility support on Apple, Android and Windows devices

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December 2011. Microsoft releases an announcement Apple style and announce the availability for mobile clients within a week. Support is promised for the Windows Phone, Apple iPhone and iPad and Android mobile phones. Microsoft is providing broad cross platform support, important missing platform to date is the Blackberry devices from Research in Motion (RIM). Details …

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Dec 09

Martini Video: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Place and Any Device

Using video conferencing on the mobile devices is creating a wide adoption and is already seeing a big market growth. How do you navigate yourself between the proper technologies and build yourself a roadmap for the coming next years.

Dec 30

Skype Mobile Video on iPhone released

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Yesterday I was writing about that Skype was about to release video support on their Skype iPhone client in 2011. Actually today it was already released.  Take a look here to find the details at the Skype for iPhone page. I tried it out with two accounts, take a look here at some screenshots below: …

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Dec 29

Skype videocalling with mobile coming in 2011?

Unified communications in the consumer world is taking the next step. After Apple making Facetime videocalling available form the iPhone4 and iPod Touch to a Mac computer. Others are responding. Cisco introduced Umi which had a connection capability with Google Video chat. Now  it is spotted by Redmondpie that Skype will introduce Skype Video for …

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Dec 06

Videoconferencing between iPhone4, desktop and video endpoints

iMac video chat with iPhone4 #3

One of reasons I was attracted to the iPhone4 was it’s videoconferencing capabilities. In the beginning you were only able to use the Facetime feature with other iPhone4 users and only if you were connected to wifi, not a 3G connection. But the world has been improving. I tested this a couple of times with …

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Nov 17

Will the Microsoft Lync 2010 introduction change the Unified Communications Landscape of tomorrow?

Microsoft Lync 2010

Summary of the Microsoft Lync 2010 launch event and partner press releases.

Sep 05

Apple Facetime – Open Standard?!

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With the release of the iPhone4, Apple is trying to move boundaries yet again. This time with the use of Facetime, a video application current only available for iPhone4 users, soon also for the new release of iPod Touch users. It is currently only supported over a Wifi connection and not 3G/EDGE or LTE. Apple …

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Aug 28

Unified Communications: the most open vendor takes it all

It’s been three weeks now that i have writing blogs on Djeek.com and my most inspiration currently comes from UC related topics.  Currently i see a market quickly evolving, takeovers, quickly enhancing product portfolio’s and partnerships. Enterprises today are really struggling with the UC topic. They have invested in different vendors in the past on …

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