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April 2016 - Prepared by Zeus Kerravala

The IT industry has gone through several waves of evolution since the mainframe was introduced back in the 1960s. The industry has moved from mainframes to mini-computing to the client/server era and, most recently, to the Internet age. Today, the industry sits on the precipice of another major transition—digital transformation is reshaping the business landscape faster than ever before.

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The decision came down to what solution was best for the
media company, not what was easiest or cost the least

Credit: Bloomberg

Jeff Fairbanks, Global Head of AV and Media Technology, Technical Operations at Bloomberg, led the process to integrate Vidyo technology into Bloomberg’s Nexi.

Earlier this year, Vidyo announced that Bloomberg selected it to provide the enabling technology for Nexi, Bloomberg’s new global communications platform that enables the company’s employees to connect over video with each other and the rest of the world.

From the Desk of a Millennial:

I recently decided to try out the new PRIV from BlackBerry. Since the new phone runs on Android (the OS that I’m used to) and because I used to have a Curve, I figured the transition would be easy and it would be a fun phone to use. Here are my takeaways after using the new phone for a month:

The physical keyboard is cool but ultimately pointless

BlackBerry has always been famous for their awesome keyboards. On the PRIV, the keyboard slides out and can be used for not only typing, but scrolling within apps, moving within a text and deleting, all by gently swiping on the keys. I found the physical keyboard to be an easy way to text with minimal mistakes and less need to look at the phone but pointless. When I decide to answer with a bit of urgency or want to do something quickly, I resort to using the touch screen because it’s there right away and easier to do things quicker. Although the hard keyboard is fun and has lots of functions, I can’t see that piece of hardware really making any sort of comeback with touch out there.


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