Feedback from the Cascadia R Conference participants

Learning Alliances

To keep the cost of registration low we sacrifice <this> and <this> and <this> ” And one of those is that you are on your own for housing. With really outstanding support from OHSU, we did pretty well. Satisfaction with Quality of the wifi/internet access.

2017 130

What can you learn from a chatbot?

Joitske Hulsebosch

I have my office on the first floor of our house and therefore I use a Wifi homeplug to strengthen the WiFi signal from the groundfloor. From a performance approach chatbots are very suitable for just-in-time support, such as help in dealing with a new tool.

2016 153

Avaya one-X Mobile Client

Michael Sampson - Currents

Key enhancements are: " - Support for new devices including: Android-based devices such the Samsung Galaxy II; Apple MAC OS, Apple iPhone 3GS and 4G, and RIM/Blackberry touchscreen devices in addition to Symbian and Windows-based operating systems. - A new SIP client for Apple iOS on iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone enabling UC and voice over wifi or cellular networks. That's an impressive range of supported mobile devices, although it looks like they are ordered for the "cool" factor.

Mobile 114

Is social housing (still) sleepwalking into a digital nightmare?

Social Reporter

Drawing on exploratory work, online forums and workshops with housing association residents and staff, the study found: Housing associations could use information and communication technologies to deliver on three fronts: providing online services, supporting community development, and providing residents with learning and job opportunities.

2013 156

#Movistar Killed the Web Star


The thing is that in terms of remote customer support through Twitter, SMS messages, phone calls and what not, the client experience has been incredibly delightful. Unless Movistar transfers that phone line I won’t be connected through ADSL / wifi any time soon.

2014 205

The Trials and Tribulations of a Mobile Knowledge Worker in a Social Business World


mbps download and then you claim that’s the standard service to stay “connected” after being told off by a customer support representative somewhere in India that is all I am going to get, including questioning my English skills to comprehend the situation. At what costs?

2012 201

Lotusphere 2012 Notes: Opening Session Wednesday

Portals and KM

I am very pleased to be back again after last year thanks to support from IBM. Now 20% of diagnoses are likely wrong with bad consequences for both life and costs. Network readiness - #G and 4G and wifi – they are ready to facilitate the bandwidth.

2012 169

UC And ROI: IBM's Truth And Fiction Example

Collaborative Thinking

On average - using suggested retail prices, it would cost approximately $450K to purchase 5000 Sametime licenses including maintenance, two hardware servers, pay someone to plan and install the software and servers, and pay an administrator to maintain the system. IBM is being very selective (almost dismissive) of the costs to introduce, deploy, and maintain the system. . These figures are based on our experience from similar deployments as well as IBM's own measured cost savings.

ROI 100

Cisco Broadens Foray Into Collaboration Market

Collaborative Thinking

The Cisco Intercompany Media Engine gives end-users business-to-business communications over any IP network, maximizing network efficiency and reducing costs. With Cisco Unified Communications system 8.0 , Cisco extends support for a wide range of endpoints including new video- and WiFi-enabled Cisco Unified IP Phones and additional smartphones via Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator. Highlights of Cisco's press release is below (with a link to the full release).

Market 116

Online Community Unconference East - February 10, 2010

Online Community Report

The Online Community Unconference East is being held at the Digital Sandbox in NYC, which is centrally located in the financial district and provides plenty of breakout space to support a full day of learning and fun. Lunch and snacks and WiFi will be provided.

2010 46

Education Technology Action Group consultation


The purpose of the group is to make recommendations that will “aim to best support the agile evolution of the FE, HE and schools sectors in anticipation of disruptive technology for the benefit of learners, employers & the UK economy", identifying “any barriers to the growth of innovative learning technology that have been put in place (inadvertently or otherwise) by the Governments, as well as thinking about ways that these barriers can be broken down.”. Also supports Strand 1b.