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Using Convergence to Simplify Mobility

The age of the “mobile enterprise” has rapidly changed the way workers approach their jobs – and the locations they work from. Fostering mobility and collaboration is critical, and unified communications (UC) can provide a lot benefits for each area.

Check out this informative white paper to learn how a UC solution from Windstream overcomes the challenges of the mobile workplace by providing capabilities like single number reach, unified messaging and integrated contacts.

Mobility is only going to continue – make sure you can keep up with the challenges.

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