Unified Communications Week in Review: Toshiba, Fusion, VMware and More
Unified Communications is an exciting area to follow, from innovation in the cloud and various developments changing the very way we communicate is transforming collaboration and enterprise operations as a whole for the better. And, with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look at the week that was: time for the Week in Review.
In 2011, Toshiba first unveiled its IPedge solution. The single server IP communications system was successful, and over the past five years has seen several upgrades. This week Toshiba announced enhancements to IPedge security and security with its R1.7 release. Find everything you need to know HERE.
Not-For-Profits need the cloud just as much as the enterprise; and Fusion is there to pick up the cause. This week a provider of medical and residential services to children and adults with developmental disabilities extended its agreement with Fusion. For 50 years the Not-for-Profit has been providing service to those who need it, and Fusion is helping ensure another 50 years. Susan Campbell has all the details HERE.
Canada, America’s friendly neighbor to the North, received a fresh injection of cloud technology as TeraGo Networks and VMware have partnered up to increase adoption of this nascent technology. VMware’s vCloud Network is the largest network of cloud services, and combined with TeraGo’s expertise in enterprise infrastructure cloud services, collocation, data center, voice and networking, the stage is set for success. Michael Guta’s complete story is HERE.
Also in the news this week, Fonality touted record new revenue. As the unified communications space grows, so to do the innovative players involved. Fonality reports selling over 22,000 seats in 2015, and an eye-popping 99.6 customer retention rate. Steve Anderson’s entire article is HERE.
As the unified communications space transforms we have you covered every step of the way. Remember to stop by early and often for your fill. See you next week!