Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to look back on the past year’s new business products. Which ones have really made a difference to organizations who use them? Sometimes it’s the technological advancement that really makes a product stand out, but other times it’s the price that makes it more accessible to more people.
Xerox Phaser 7100
The Xerox Phaser 7100 is a low-cost, color tabloid printer. It delivers clear, detailed prints on different media types and is compatible with oversized, tabloid-sized paper. The Phaser 7100 is innovative for offering a tabloid-sized, color printer at a lower price, giving more options to organizations with smaller budgets.
The GXP2200 is an Android-powered desk phone. The first Android-powered phone to be offered at a reasonable price. By using Android as the OS, more users can intuitively navigate through the functions, delivering a faster adoption rate with less training. Android also lets you create cutstom programs as well as take advantage of the Android Marketplace’s extensive application offerings.
With the Mobotix S14, discreet surveillance is easier than ever before. The S14 lets you attach up to two lenses with integrated microphones to the camera, allowing you to monitor two adjacent rooms with just one camera. The S14 is a hemispheric camera, which means it can be mounted against a flat surface deliver 180-degrees of horizontal and vertical viewing with no blind spots, except for areas obstructed by beams, walls, furniture or other objects.
FortiVoice Phone Systems
FortiVoice, previously TalkSwitch, deliver phone systems designed for organizations with up to 400 extensions per location. We particularly like FortiVoice systems because they are low-cost and scalable, with up to 400 total extensions. Each FortiVoice system has capacity for half as many remote extensions as local extensions, and even the most basic system has advanced features like auto attendant, ring groups, and call cascades for a more professional experience, even in small business environments.
Polycom Group Series
The RealPresence Group Series video conferencing systems form Polycom deliver a simple interface, the broadest available interoperability, and the lowest total cost of ownership of any video collaboration system. The RealPresence Group Series combines high quality video experiences with their innovative new interface to ensure a fast adoption rate. The Group Series is also incredibly interoperable, ensuring you can communicate with millions of other devices using open standards, as well as Cisco systems that aren’t using open standards.