Sunday October 25, 2020

Unified communications: The benefits of unification

The tools are available for people to communicate more quickly and effectively, but what does it take to persuade organisations to start using them? Ian Campbell asks some leading vendors

15th April, 2015

Unified Communications (UC) offers the promise of new ways of working, whether it’s seamless collaboration between dispersed teams within an organisation or external interactions with customers and suppliers on a federated platform.

There is a suite of tools and applications that facilitate all of this – instant messaging (IM) for real-time exchanges, presence for seeing who is available and the best way they can be contacted, fixed/mobile convergence for single number convenience, and...

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