Thursday June 4, 2020

Businesses starting to get the message

Simplified communication tools and hosted services are encouraging organisations to take collaboration solutions more seriously and make an investment. Ian Campbell reports

2nd April, 2017

After ten years of talking about it, buckets of vendor hype overselling it, and a lot of customer disinterest when it actually comes to buying it, there is growing evidence that Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) is something that businesses actually want.

Not for the first time, technology uptake is being influenced more by what we’re doing out of work than in. Another example of ‘the consumerisation of IT’, there’s no longer any...

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