Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Articles
Does your hotel pass these three mobility challenges?
As sectors and industries grow, it was bound to happen sooner than later that they start coming together. Therefore, as the IoT, room automation, artificial intelligence and virtual assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa are making headway in the hotels and hospitality sector, it is clear that none of this would be possible without the right foundation of secure connectivity.
A vision of connected healthcare delivery
Leading the healthcare division at global networking and communications provider ALE (Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise), Nicole Hill (pictured below) has a goal, to make everyone and everything connect. Connecting patients for a better hospital experience, connecting healthcare professionals to ensure continuity of care and access to patient data, and connecting healthcare facilities to harness the power of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise partners recognised for performance
Operating under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand, ALE has announced the winners of the EUNO Connex18 Business Partner Awards at the company’s annual Partner Event in Riga, Latvia. The annual awards highlight the new growth initiatives, technology innovation and landmark projects delivered by Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise solutions over the past year and acknowledge the outstanding achievements of the region’s Business Partners thr...
The phone that keeps on ringing
Everything is completed digitally now, but in a digital world that seems to be dominated by text, IM and email, nothing it seems replaces the personal approach of a phone conversation. According to a recent Wainhouse Research survey, the deskphone remains the most common communication device used today, with almost 85% of workforces using one for business communications.
New approaches bring 'smooth talking' to enterprise comms
As enterprise communications struggle to meet the needs of modern workplaces, these modern workplaces are becoming more and more flexible, collaborative and mobile than ever before which is just adding to the gap. When you then add more connected devices, the rise of bots, advanced analytics, focus on regulatory security and privacy concerns, you have a communications landscape that is rapidly growing in complexity.
Multimodal transportation system provides door-to-door travel
Keeping up with work whilst on the move, or staying in touch with co-workers and friends, or even in need of some entertainment; these are all possible needs of travelers that need to stay connected. Now, this demand is spreading to the transportation systems themselves. Roch Muraine, Global Sales Director, Transport at ALE looks at current and future technologies that are moving us towards a multimodal transportation system to create a full...