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iMeet Agenday: Now on Apple Watch

iMeet Agenday: Now on Apple Watch

It’s been a big year for iMeet Agenday, our smart calendar app that aggregates all of your personal and professional events and offers one-touch access into any conference call. In 2015 so far, iMeet Agenday has: Launched on Android smartwatches. Won the first ever Appy Award for wearables. Launched an Enterprise package of features offering reduced conferencing costs and company-wide …

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Wear Your Schedule on Your Wrist: Agenday Comes to Smartwatches

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If there’s one thing we at PGi pride ourselves on above all else, it’s our innovation. For over 20 years we’ve pioneered new communication and collaboration technologies with the same goal in mind: empowering businesses and workers with the solutions they need to drive better collaboration for better results. That’s why today I’m proud to highlight the latest product from the …

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Nerd Alert: My Month with a Smartwatch

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About a month ago I made my first major gadget purchase in quite some time, joining the wearable technology revolution with the Asus Zenwatch (pictured above with the nerdiest watchface I could find.) While it does occasionally make me feel like I’m from the future, I can report that my life and productivity have not, sadly, been dramatically revolutionized. In …

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What Does the Future of Business Collaboration Mean to You? (Part 1)

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As part of the launch of the Future of Business Collaboration blog, we polled all of PGi’s 2100 associates across the globe with a simple question: what does the Future of Business Collaboration mean to you? These men and women are the beating heart of business collaboration for businesses all over the globe, powering virtual collaboration, online meetings, audio conferences, …

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A Collaborative Look at the Internet of Things

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Technology continues to evolve toward an ever-connected Internet of Things, with new wearables and smart devices being developed and announced at an increasing rate. The impact of this phenomenon over the next few years will be practically limitless, revolutionizing industries from health and wellness to shipping and logistics and everything in between. According to an ongoing Pew Research project in …

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Nerd Alert: Google Glass Tours Atlanta

I have experienced Nerdvana, and its name is Google Glass. The Google Glass team is currently touring the country, giving us regular, non-Explorers a chance to play with the future of wearable technology. This past weekend the team came to my hometown of Atlanta, and so of course I was there bright and early Saturday morning for my chance to …

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Intelligent Innovation is the Key to Success

Technological innovation is all around us. It’s in the phones in our pockets, the computers on our desks and the mobile apps we use every day. Before long, the internet of things will bring connected technologies to every aspect of our homes, and wearable tech will literally surround us with sensors, UIs and contextual information to improve our lives. It’s …

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Wearable Technology is the Future

I’m extremely excited about the latest trend in gear and gadgets: wearable technology. While there’s certainly a science-fiction aspect to it, smartphones and tablets have made access to technology and information so ubiquitous that the next logical step is to integrate it into our lives in a more user-friendly, unobtrusive way.. There’s a wonderful analogy in the video embedded below …

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Google Gambles on Glass

What is Google Glass, and will it actually be the next big thing? Google’s foray into wearable technology – Glass – is a step toward the dream of ubiquitous computing in which the Internet is available everywhere at all times without the need for interrupting the task at hand. With Glass, Google puts the Internet even closer than your fingertips-right …

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