Businesses of all sizes are taking advantage of the rapid advancements in unified communications. Now you can download a Cisco white paper to help make the best unified communications decisions. The paper breaks down ten areas you should consider when evaluating an upgrade of unified communications solutions.
This guide discusses in detail the increasingly cloud oriented nature of enterprise IP telephony, and offers a way for small and mid-sized businesses to approach both the acquisition and deployment of your communications architecture.
View this webcast to explore a cloud-enabled phone system that offers greater call, fax, and text message flexibility so that employees aren't confined to on-premise hardware to conduct business.
In this case study, Mountain Lumber Company streamlined their customer and employee communications with a Cisco Unified Communications system. They have also eliminated the need for a separate intercom system. Read this study to learn more.
Microsoft Lync is becoming an increasingly important part of enterprise telephony by offering a more collaborative interaction. This brief guide outlines the top ten considerations for deploying Microsoft Lync on smartphones and tablets.
In this expert e-guide, learn how to properly architect your VoIP so you can provide users with better quality of voice and support for a number of concurrent voice connections. Additionally, discover how Skype for Business telephony stacks up for enterprises.
This case study showcases how, by migrating to an end-to-end IP architecture and implementing SIP trunks, Oracle has significantly consolidated and simplified its telephony infrastructure.