Wednesday July 15, 2020

Could you have UC and not know it?

Buried in the small print of many companies’ Office 365 licences is the right to use the software as a unified communications platform. Have you checked yours lately?

3rd April, 2016
Rob Davies, subject matter expert on unified communications for Ergo

Unified communications (UC) is becoming increasingly ubiquitous, as more and more companies move towards streamlined communications. However, a surprising number of organisations looking at the technology probably have the functionality already installed on their systems, even if they don’t know it.

That’s because companies that have taken out subscriptions to Microsoft’s Office 365 online productivity software probably also have access to the company’s Skype for Business application, offering online meetings, instant messaging, voice...

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