"Linc-ing" the Enterprise: Web Conferencing Completes the Puzzle
sponsored by iLinc Communications

Web conferencing adds a virtual element to the enterprise communications puzzle, linking work groups and bridging gaps formed by text and voice-only communication. Once viewed as a replacement to travel, it is permeating the business communications structure and meeting needs where travel may have never been an option.

With rapid growth surfaces issues including data integrity, system reliability and security. As web conferencing is used for confidential communications, especially in financial services and high-tech, the need for secure solutions becomes paramount. When the software is managed by internal IT personnel, there is more control over features and employee access, enabling it to truly become an enterprise communications standard.

In this White Paper, Frost & Sullivan has reviewed the enterprise web conferencing deployment options of iLinc, their strengths and weaknesses and how iLinc meets communication needs present in today's environment: surmising that iLinc's "provides a very solid foundation for enterprise collaboration."

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