Unified Communications Week in Review: Brekeke, Edgewater, netsapiens & 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!
CIS Secure Computing (CIS) announced the introduction of a modified Cisco 8865 HD video-enabled VoIP phone (models DTD-8865-01/02). This is the first video-enabled IP phone with TSG security and has won the approval of the National Telecommunications Security Working Group (NTSWG). All the details are HERE.
As you’d imagine, security is paramount to high profile companies if they want to maintain long-lasting customer relationships. Punctuating the security topic, RSA’s 2017 Consumer Cybersecurity Confidence Index showcased 93% of surveyed consumers find it important that they have a say in how their information is protected on the web. For cloud solutions to safeguard against these threats to customer information, added intelligence and limited access must be incorporated into such a strategy. Delve a bit deeper HERE.
This week, Brekeke Software unveiled Brekeke UC. The flexible, feature-rich and secure unified communications software runs on web-browser applications. Brekeke UC offers file sharing, group chat, voice/video calls, voice/video conferencing from your desktop, tablet or mobile device, and keeps all data and user information on premises. Find more HERE.
Edgewater Networks and netsapiens announced a partnership this week, which enables the duo to deliver a complete unified communications and site orchestration solution to customers. complete coverage is HERE.
Come back early and often for your fill of all things Unified Communications! See you next week!