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Unified Communications Week in Review: Fusion, Yeastar, Workfront & More

September 29, 2018

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!

Fusion announced the signing of a three year contract with a leading transportation company to provide cloud communications services. Fusion was able to separate from the pack with its engineering expertise in delivering a flexible, user-friendly solution. Complete coverage is HERE.

This week, Yeastar unveiled Linkus, a unified communications app that enables CRM integration, IM, Presence as well as additional call handling features to further productivity and improve employee engagement. All the details are HERE.

It’s no surprise that in today’s fast-paced offices knowledge workers are finding themselves completely swamped. Daily to-do lists, instant messaging pings, constant text messages, and overflowing inboxes are just a few of the things that make it hard for workers to focus.  But new research in the 2018 Workfront State of Work Report reveals that these distractions are having a bigger impact on workers: they are struggling to find time to innovate. Further exploration is HERE.

The Flex B100 Series soundbar made its debut this week at Microsoft Ignite 2018. At the event in Orlando, Fla., the company unveiled this wall-mount solution, which has native Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business functionality. Everything you need to know is HERE.

Canadian cloud communications and call center provider GenVoice announced special availability of its cloud-based telephony solution. A special offer of a free trial delivers companies access to over 40 features (at no extra cost), integrated with APIs. The full story is HERE.

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