Unified communications has reached the mainstream. UC has finally made the leap from buzzword to business-critical solution.
A guide to UC as a Service
Strengthen relationships across an organisation with the latest technology
How companies can make the transition to a more efficient and collaborative way of working.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a massive business opportunity. Never before has technology offered such a hugely rich, diverse – and yes – complex – array of possibilities for organisations to collaborate, innovate and offer new services to employees and customers.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged (if not universally accepted), that in our post-industrial world, businesses are more likely to deal in services and information than physical things.It’s a truth universally acknowledged (if not universally accepted), that in our post-industrial world, businesses are more likely to deal in services and information than physical things.
Reduced meeting-related costs, time savings, increased productivity and a decreased carbon footprint whilst being protected by strong authentication and encryption.
UC&C is now gaining more and more ground in the enterprise especially as UC is more readily accessible via the Cloud as UCaaS.
Long commutes and being in an office at a certain time with limited flexibility is gradually becoming a thing of the past.
Slack’s cloud-based set of tools and services, available on a ‘freemium’ basis, has long been a popular choice. However, it is rapidly being superseded by Microsoft Teams, launched in 2017. Here’s why you should consider it for your business.