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Enterprises of all types are increasingly looking at cloud-based delivery models for their unified communications solutions, thereby taking advantage of a more flexible, “pay-as-you go” value proposition.
Office 365 provides virtually anywhere access to familiar Office tools, plus enterprise-grade email, conferencing, and more IT services.
With Lync, users can keep track of their contacts’ availability, send an IM, start or join an audio, video, or web conference or make a phone call — all through a consistent, familiar interface.
Patient Connect provides nursing staff with the ability to create a secure message for the purpose of updating authorized individuals outside the hospital of the patient’s status.
In our world of hyper-connectivity, how often do we really connect in our effort to communicate with individuals or participants in small group meetings?
The more obvious use of video conferencing to reduce travel costs is becoming a necessity for large enterprises to help maintain the balance sheet.
The Power of SIP
Over the next several weeks and months I intend to explore the many different facets of SIP while presenting real-life scenarios of where SIP is changing the way we do business.
Is Unified Messaging for You?
I like to think of voice mail as nothing but a failed attempt at communication.
We’ve talked a lot about SIP and H.323 and the differences between the two. We’ve also talked about how these two protocols signal for something.
Science Fiction Is Becoming Reality
I have spent more years in the communications industry than I would care to admit and have observed many changes that even George Orwell could not have fathomed.
Keeping Up With Firmware and Software Updates
The nature of today’s technology results in a number of firmware and software updates issued by the manufacturer intended to resolve issues.
Change The Discussion
Why would hospital administrators, nurses, or clinicians want to talk to us about healthcare? Our business is telecommunications.
Dumb Plumbing Doesn’t Cut it
For many years the role of Ethernet connectivity has continued to be commoditized. They’re just ports to plug into or a way to attach wirelessly for access to the network.
Managed Services Market Outlook
The past year has been very interesting with the emergence of Managed Services gaining more market and mindshare.
How May I Help You?
Back in the late ’80’s, early ‘90’s, Speech Recognition made its debut.