Last Week in Business Communications: 06/08/2015

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    Last Week in Business Communications is a weekly post where we cover some of the notable articles and happenings in the business communication world from the week before. Check back each Monday for your news fix.


    4 Ways to Screw Up a Videoconference

    on Network World

    Just last week, we covered 5 Tips to Avoid Embarrassing Yourself During a Screen Share. It seems we’re not the only ones interested in helping you improve your collaboration experiences, as Network World has posted an entertaining video (and cautionary tale) about the videoconferencing side of the equation. Watch the video >

    Mobile-First: The Next Phase
    on IT World

    The worlds of UC and mobile have seemingly been separate for as long as anyone can remember. It’s one of the reasons Mitel acquired Mavenir—to bring those two worlds together like no other provider before. In this post, Program Co-Chair of the Enterprise Connect Eric Krapf examines the UC and mobile facets of communications and makes some predictions about their future together. Check out his post, and let us know what you think, with the fresh Mitel-Mavenir acquisition in mind. Read the article >

    Global Internet and Mobile Usage Growth Slows, But Bright Spots Indicate Trends
    on Real Time Communications World

    Mobile and Internet penetration have been experiencing explosive growth for years, but as they show the slightest signs of slowing, some more strategic trends are beginning to reveal themselves. In this post, Tracey E. Schelmetic calls out some of those trends, like the increasing integration between video and ecommerce and a rise in WebRTC-powered customer interactions. Read the article >