Author: James

Why Free Audio Conferencing Services Far Exceed Many Paid Solutions

Conference calls are among the best communication solutions for companies that want to minimise their spending and enhance productivity whilst ensuring that all relevant parties are well-informed.  Conference call services can be intuitive, cost-effective and very environmentally-friendly when compared to the ecological impacts of ongoing efforts to meet in-person.  Surprisingly, one of the best ways to ensure ease-of-use and great value is by opting to use a free audio conferencing service.  These services provide a simple and seamless solution to many business communication needs. Get Instant Access To Audio Conferencing Platforms Given that free audio conferencing services do not entail...

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Webex vs. Lync: A Direct Comparison Of Meeting Software

One of the great difficulties of modern business is organising company-wide meetings. A changing business culture has made the world smaller and involves companies employing workers from around the world. This makes in person meetings an impossibility and necessities the need for digital meeting technology. Two of the most well known meeting software platforms are WebEx and Lync Server. Each offers its own pros and cons and what follows is a comparison of the two. WebEx vs. Lync: Usability In terms of usage, WebEx offers a wealth of features versus Lync. However, the drawback to this that the WebEx is far more...

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Garmin Vivosmart Review

Garmin has been at the forefront of fitness technology for many years so it comes as no surprise that they have launched into the fitness tracker market in an attempt to compete with companies like FitBit. They have entered the market with 2 products, the Vivofit and the VivoSmart priced at £99.99 and £139.99. The Vivofit is a more traditional fitness tracker, but it can also pair with a heart rate monitor to track proper training sessions. The VivoSmart, which we are reviewing today, introduces smart watch functionality including text, email and calls. The closest competitor we can see...

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Nokia Announces 7.9″ Android N1 Tablet

Nokia may be out of the phone game, temporarily at least, but it appears they are still interested in developing hardware. Yesterday and the Slush 2014 conference Nokia officially announced the N1 tablet. Priced at just $249 the Nokia N1 has a 7.9″ 2048 x 1536 screen, 32GB of storage and is powered by a Intel Atom Z3580 SOC with PowerVR G6430 @ 533MHz for the GPU. It also comes with 2GB ram an 8MP Rear Camera, Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11ac WiFi. The N1 will be one of the first devices to adopt the new Type-C USB connector, which is the new reversible USB connection. It won’t use USB3...

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Naim Mu-So Review

You may have not heard of Naim before unless you are an audiophile but they hope to change this with the release of their Mu-So all in one wireless speaker. Priced at £895 this would be considered a high end speaker for most people, but it is actually an entry level system for Naim. The first thing you will note when you see the Mu-So is that it is not a small or discrete wireless speaker like some of its competition such as Sonos. It is a large heavy monolithic block of brushed aluminium which gives it an ultra...

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