4PSA's New Platform Helps Convergence of Communications
VoIPNow, 4PSA's online discussion group on LinkedIn, has decided on a change in nomenclature and will now be known as the Social Unified Communications Group.
4PSA, a Cloud Computing software development company, is expected to overhaul the existing discussion group to reflect not only the current development of the VoIPNow platform but also the evolution of the company's award-winning Unified Communications as a whole.
In a press release, Elena Carstoiu, 4PSA's VP of Sales and Marketing, noted that with the UC platform constantly being redefined, it was a top priority for 4PSA to ensure that there was a convergence of all forms of communications, including the social media networks.
According to Carstoiu, 4PSA is working on bringing more than Social Communications to the VoIPNow Communications Hub, simplifying the users' life and helping organizations stay interconnected through web services.
By revamping the VoIPNow Communications Hub, Carstoiu expects to provide an area where users can discuss the latest progress in UC, help them exchange ideas, share knowledge and keep abreast of the latest developments. The task will be facilitated by the editors, who will centralize the most important news in the UC space and make it available to the group.
Extending its reach to target all service providers, integrators, end-users and technology enthusiasts, the Social Communications group is an open invitation to those who were keen on participating and contributing to next-generation UC platforms.
Only members of LinkedIn will be allowed to participate, although discussion will be open to all LinkedIn users.
In other news, 4PSA announced the availability of an all-new licensing program for its award-winning Unified Communications solution, VoIPNow Professional. The brand new Academic Licensing plan was designed to help educational institutions replace their legacy communication methods with Unified Communications.
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