Unified Communications Week in Review: Unified Office, Avaya, Arkadin & More
The cloud era is upon us, and the dawn of a new day has arrived. Technology is in the midst of a major transformation as a result of cloud computing, and one area most notably grabbing attention is the unified communications space. So, with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look back at the week that was in unified communications news: Time for the Week in Review!
This week, Avaya enabled cloud-based team collaboration for the Avaya Equinox Experience. Now, a sales team can seamlessly piece together a project from the comfort of their “rooms.” "The market is rife with applications claiming to enable employee productivity, but few deliver the level of integration that crosses communication channels and modes, context and contacts, workflow activities and infrastructure boundaries,” Laurent Philonenko, SVP and GM, Solutions and Technologies, Avaya. Complete coverage is HERE.
Digital transformation is happening all around us, with cloud computing playing a key role. Arkadin unveiled Cloud Transformation Services (CTS), a managed service that aids in assessments, training, planning, migration, and more to ensure exceptional UC service quality and digital transformation.
“As Microsoft, Cisco and other leading UC providers continue to roll out advanced cloud capabilities, our clients need a trusted partner to help make decisions about the platforms and technologies best suited to their needs,” said Christophe Reyes, Arkadin’s Managing Director, UCaaS. All the details are HERE.
Unified Office released the Total Connect Nowsm Operations Management Suite (TCNOMS), an all-in-one user portal that brings together VoIP, UC, analytics and IoT application management to provide a user-friendly, high-performing software platform. Everything you need to know is HERE.
Fuze selected AudioCodes MediaPack analog gateways and Mediant hybrid session border controllers to enhance its product portfolio. AudioCodes' stable and field-proven products deliver high performance and reliability, ensuring a high-definition end user experience for our customers," commented Michael Affronti, VP of Product, Fuze. The full story is HERE.
Come back early and often for your fill of all things Unified Communications! See you next week!