Unified communications (UC) is helping employees be more productive, collaborative, effective, and efficient, and having a positive impact on the business.
A world where employees are office bound and remain at their desks is a thing of the past.
Today's workforce is more mobile than ever before, so those businesses that thought that the implementation of a “traditional” UC solution would offer them the benefits of mobility are having to re-evaluate their investments.
Much has been written about the benefits of Unified Communications (UC): Improved collaboration, better communications, and, of course, increased ROI. However, many of the conversations around UC have been focused on the technology for technology’s sake, or around the financials.
A deluge of data is drowning today’s enterprises, and only businesses with their own extensive next generation networks (NGNs) will be best equipped to meet that deluge.
Many companies around the world are battling to manage the performance of complex corporate networks that span vast territories, and are made up of thousands of endpoints.
Unified communications, as the name implies, combines many different types of communications methods and technologies.
The power of UC lies in the way it combines all the most important business communications technologies of the past 30 years.
Innovation and communication are two of the traits that have allowed humanity to evolve into the society we are today.
Spurred on largely by Millenials, the world is heading in the direction of a mobile, hyper-connected culture where proximity and access are no longer relevant.