Legacy, on-premise telephony hasn’t seen much use in the last year or so, and businesses are shifting to cloud telephony as a result. You don’t need to provision or maintain equipment, and it’s more secure, allowing for more flexible ways of working. Download this guide to learn how to add cloud telephony to Microsoft Teams.
This E-Guide from SearchUnifiedCommunications.com offers insight into creating a unified communications architecture that fulfills today's requirements and is flexible enough to adapt to the needs of tomorrow.
This expert E-Guide takes a close look at the different ways ROI can be determined. Uncover how UC is being justified in organizations, how to take full advantage of its benefits and what you can expect from UC in the future.
The CPaaS and API market is bustling, with acquisitions and new vendors emerging. Inside, learn about the recent API trends that should be on your radar, and discover a CPaaS buyer's guide that will help you properly evaluate vendors and choose the right CPaaS for your enterprise.
Learn how this offer can help your organization to: Reduce monthly operational and management expenses, improve your customers' experiences and staff productivity, and add new voice services that enhance your business. View this now to learn more about Cisco Unified Communications.
This white paper defines the IBM® Unified Communications and Collaboration (IBM UC2™) vision of making it easy for you to find, reach, and collaborate with others through a unified user experience. This strategy is designed to make it easy for you to access and manage telephone communications from inside the Lotus Sametime or Lotus Notes® client.
Unified Messaging integrates different streams of communication (e-mail, fax, video, SMS, voice, etc.) into a single, or, unified message store, that is accessible from a wide range of different devices.
Microsoft has introduced cloud PBX with PSTN calling features to Skype for Business Online, which is expected to put it on par with other UCaaS products. This e-guide gives an in-depth look at how Skype for Business continues to evolve in a full-fledged unified communications service with features including, calling, conference and collaboration.