Covering Unified Communications - From Our Indsutry Experts
- Moving your Business to Unified Communications
Companies can benefit greatly from unified communications (UC) by integrating their communication tools such as VoIP, chat, telepresence, collaboration platforms, videoconferencing systems, and social media into one centralized solution. This will allow a staff member, for example, to send a message through one particular medium but enable the recipient can retrieve the message through a completely different medium, all while still using the same system.
- Fixing the BYOD App Mess
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) delivers flexibility and employees usually love it, but it also can be a mess for IT.
- Megaleads' Mega Tracker B2B Website Caller-ID Application Makes Its Debut
Megaleads announced the successful debut of its latest product Mega Tracker in February 2014. Mega Tracker is being promoted as one of the most cost efficient business to business (B2B) website caller-id applications that is currently available on the market. Apart from this, the company has also introduced a low cost month-to-month billing model for the new software, which has made Mega Tracker an instant success by helping the company capture new clients.
- Survey Reveals that Technological Satisfaction Affected by Age Group
A recent study conducted by BT Global Services and Avaya found that the age and personality of employees was strongly tied to their satisfaction with available workplace technologies.
- Unify Augments OpenScape Business Portfolio with X1 Appliance
Small to medium businesses (SMBs) have always been looking for simple yet powerful communication solutions that could provide key features, such as session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking and unified communications (UC), at an attractive price point.
- Flyby Messenger Hopes to Deliver Content with Context
Imagine having the ability to pull out your Android smartphone and attach a secret message to an object for friends that know exactly where to look. Flyby Messenger can do just that, seemingly having been taken out of the spy genre of movies.
- Telesphere, BroadSoft Collaborate to Create MobileConnect
The increasing computing and communications power of mobile devices means more advanced solutions are being created to harness it. In enterprise applications with BYOD initiatives, it means using mobile devices as part of the corporate network with unified communications (UC) to introduce a new level of collaboration with everyone in the organization-anytime, anywhere. A new solution introduced by the partnership between Telesphere and BroadSoft, called MobileConnect, is designed to provide mobile devices with more collaborative solutions as part of BYOD policies.