This white paper describes a two-part process used to define CLID information for both emergency and non-emergency calls. The first part involves defining the number(s) that will be sent to the called party. The second part of the process involves assigning the CLID entry to an analog telephone or to a key on a digital or IP telephone.
Enterprises can realize value from their UC programs by following some basic practices, such as allowing for sufficient up-front planning, finding the right champion, and establishing cross-functional teams to manage program implementation. This article provides basic guidelines for implementing a successful UC program. Read on to learn more.
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