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Covering Unified Communications - From Our Industry Experts

  • Unified Communications Week in Review: Masergy, Mitel, Vodafone
    It's the end of another week, and time to take a look at some of the top unified communications news.
  • SMBs Can and Should Join the Video Era
    For decades industry observers, me included on occasion, have declared, "Next year will be the year of enterprise video conferencing!" Unfortunately, like the play Waiting for Godot, the question as they years have gone by is, "When will it ever come?"
  • You Really Can't Afford to Wait on a UC Deployment Any Longer
    The time for your organization to not just consider but deploy state-of-the-art UC is now. The reasons are manifest. In fact, the benefits are demonstrable based on numerous use cases. I mention this not just based on anecdotal conversations, but on hard facts. The facts that you need to consider if you have lingering questions as to whether UC should be in your immediate future.
  • Vodafone's Cloud Based UC Solution Debuts in the UK
    In an effort to expand its clientele among the U.K.'s large private and public sector players, Vodafone UK has expanded its One Net unified communication (UC) solution portfolio.
  • Mitel Recognized in Gartner's Visionaries Quadrant
    Gartner, Inc. the world's premier information technology research and advisory company, recently positioned Mitel in the Visionaries quadrant of the latest Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications as a Service.
  • Masergy Releases Cloud-Based Analytics for Enterprise Unified Communications
    Ensuring your unified communications (UC) system is running at full speed is a key component of its ongoing use. While no company wants its UC system to experience periods of downtime, often VoIP and UC quality issues can be hard to pin down, much less to resolve.
  • Unified Communications Week in Review: Alcatel-Lucent, MegaPath, IDC
    It's the end of another week, and time to take a look at some of the top stories in the world of unified communications.
  • Videoconferencing Hardware Vendors Shifting Gears, Embracing Software
    Recent news suggests that the videoconferencing market is seeing both increased interest in software and video management technologies alongside a multi-year slide in revenue. This mix of fortunes is causing some veteran vendors to reconsider their positions in the market to try to keep pace with startups that are making headway with software-based approaches.
  • AdvanTel Networks Launches Next-Generation Unified Communication Cloud Solution
    AdvanTel Networks, recently unveiled vcCloud, the company's next-generation Unified Communication cloud solution.
  • New Unified Communications Service is Launched
    MegaPath Corporation, operator of end-to-end communications networks providing commercial and wholesale services, has announced it is now providing UC services to meet the growing demand in the marketplace.
  • Hospice Center Upgrades Unified Communications System
    A not-for-profit hospice care center in New Zealand announced this past week that it has updated its communications systems by pairing with several technology providers.
  • Unified Communications Week in Review
    It's the end of another week, and time to take a look at some of the top Unified Communications news.
  • UC Market to Grow to $78.5B by 2020
    A recent report concerning the future of the unified communications market suggests that, as a whole, it will continue to rise through 2020. Various segments of this market will make their impact on businesses in different ways, and one news site suggests that videoconferencing, advanced telephony, and presence features will become prominent functions in the coming years and will define how businesses conduct their operations and how they interact with clients.
  • Grand View Research Releases New Report on Unified communication Market Trends
    Many companies have realized the salient benefits of Unified communication. It is adapted by organizations to enhance business processes, save time and enhance productivity of the employees using a convenient mode of communication. This concept is currently used in various sectors such as retail, transportation, banks financial services and insurance (BFSI) and other business enterprises.

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