One company, one voice. Unified Communications (UC) fosters innovation through seamless collaboration. It makes all your messaging data available anywhere, regardless of how it was created, sent or received. This cuts response times and eases collaboration by allowing users to access data instantly, from any device. The network works by reducing inconsistencies, encouraging innovation and freeing your business to do business.
The Value of Unified Communications
Enterprises that apply Unified Communications (UC) to drive latency out of their processes are more likely to produce meaningful financial returns. UC becomes particularly effective when businesses can identify factors that impact the speed or quality of their operations, including the location, identity and availability of critical resources. In this podcast, Henry Dewing, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, helps pinpoint the value points from a UC deployment.
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Five Best Practices for Unified Communications
Converging communications across technology platforms helps enterprises build efficient collaboration networks, leading to empowered knowledge workers and advantaged operating cost structures. But the journey towards building a Unified Communications (UC) environment is often a more complex undertaking than planned. This article describes five best practices that have been used by enterprises to forge a successful path towards deploying Unified Communications across all sectors of business.