Wednesday February 26, 2020

The future is unified

4th October, 2015
Neil Wisdom, chief executive, Intellicom

For many Irish companies, UC is such an integral part of the IT strategy that staying in touch any other way seems curiously outdated.

Businesses that don’t make themselves available when and where their customers want can be sure they’re losing profits to those that do.

At the same time, companies that facilitate the freeflow of ideas throughout their internal business units know that they’re as responsive as possible to the...

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