Thought Leaders Network is pleased to be able to feature analyst insights, market trends and a highlights from range of research reports, videos, white papers and industry events from Wainhouse Research, one of the premier research firms in the fields of Unified Communications & Collaboration and Rich Media Conferencing.

Research Publications

Wainhouse Research has published hundreds of research reports, market forecasts and industry white papers. Wainhouse Research analysts have been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Economist, Fortune, Business Week, PC Magazine, and other leading publications. Many of their insightful reports and publications are only available as part of the analyst firm’s paid research subscription programs, but we are pleased to highlight several informative white papers and videos that are available at no cost.

We will periodically be posting links, report highlights and downloadable copies of White Papers from Wainhouse Research in this portion of our website in the days and weeks ahead. So stay tuned, and be sure to subscribe to our Thought Leader Insights email newsletter to keep informed about new research, trends and analyst insights.

Wainhouse Research Blog

We also encourage you to check out the Wainhouse Research Blog, which highlights many important industry trends, current developments and objective analyses of technologies, platforms and services studied by the firm’s senior research analysts. You can read the current news and views from the Wainhouse Research Blog here.

Wainhouse Research Summit - Denver 2015

Time is running short so we encourage you to register for the Wainhouse Research Summit, being held in Denver May 27-29, 2015. The WR Summit is the perfect meeting place to learn the latest developments in the industry, understand workplace transformation, hear from expert analysts and consultants, & develop collaborative strategies for 2015 and beyond. Wainhouse Research Summits provide an extraordinary opportunity for vendors, service providers, and end users to mix with WR analysts and one another. In this year’s event - the firm’s 15th consecutive Summit with a focus on collaborative technologies and workplace transformation - Wainhouse Research will deliver more analyst opinions and data and more end user talks than ever before, while carrying on with the most successful ingredients of past events. Vendor exhibits, quality time with analysts, networking receptions, birds of a feather topical discussions. The result? An event unlike any other industry conference. Link for the Summit:

Click here for more information on the Summit and to register for this important industry event.

Watch a Video Presentation from Last Year’s WR Summit in the video player below.

Complimentary White Papers

You can check out the links below to download complimentary copies of recent White Papers published by Wainhouse Research analysts.

We Are Connected: The Power of Video Collaboration in Education

The proliferation of desktop and mobile video solutions enables educators and learners, as end users, to engage in anytime/anywhere video communications via their smartphones, tablets, and/or computers. This essentially transforms them into walking endpoints who possess the ability to receive and transmit content with the click of a button. Video conferencing has rapidly evolved to meet the needs and demands of today’s collaborative work and learning environments.

Education Networks of America, in collaboration with Wainhouse Research, has developed a white paper that examines the growing role of video collaboration in education. Link to download the White Paper:

Enhancing and Extending UC Video
A look at video conferencing trends and unified communications

Video conferencing isn’t just about meetings anymore. Video conferencing is evolving into visual communications for mainstream work flows in two different ways. In one, video is becoming a part of the horizontal unified communications platform and playing a role as an effective collaboration and productivity improvement. In the other, visual communications are being embedded in vertical applications in healthcare, finance, sales, and technical support. Both of these are abetted by the prevalence of browsers on a wide variety of wired and wireless devices and by emerging technologies to enable browsers for real-time voice and video communications.

This white paper discusses how modern toolkits can be used to bring video conferencing out of the board room and onto the desktops of enterprise workers and into higher level applications to speed decision making, raise customer satisfaction, and deliver whole new classes of service.

Link for the White Paper: