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E-guide: Taking full advantage of the benefits of mobile unified communications: Best practices

Unified communications (UC) has the ability to bring many benefits to your organization, one of them being to extend enhanced communication capabilities to mobile users.  But, mobile UC sits between two complex topics – mobility and UC.

This SearchUnifiedCommunications.com e-guide focuses on the applications, technologies and benefits of mobile UC, exploring how you can get started today.

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