There’s never been a better time to unify messaging as a part of your communications strategy. In the event that you or your employees don’t have access to video, you can now send and receive SMS messages with contacts in Outlook, Active Directory, SharePoint and Teams. View this data sheet to get more information.
To truly embrace mobility, businesses need to communicate with all kinds of devices, regardless of model or age. In this solution brief, explore five principles that will help you address the challenges of exchanging data in real-time with mobile devices.
This expert guide discusses the latest features of Server Message Block 3.0 (SMB 3.0) for Windows Server 2012. Additionally, learn how to set up scale-out file servers and ensure you receive the maximum benefits of this Microsoft upgrade.
IBM and Red Hat have a single, security-rich collaboration and messaging platform that makes it simple, easy, and affordable to improve organizational productivity and effectiveness. It is much more than a Microsoft Exchange/desktop alternative.
Social technologies, commonly called Web 2.0, were originally used to describe consumer technologies that enable groups to organize and share information and media. But enterprises quickly caught on to the value of these easy-to-use tools for capturing and sharing ad hoc information that may otherwise not be documented.
Whether you're actively considering Google Apps as part of your next generation messaging strategy or just learning about cloud computing, this webcast will provide IT professionals with the knowledge you need to answer the boss's question about the technical details of moving to the cloud.
This document discusses the reasons e-mail archiving is necessary, the benefits of archiving messages, the different options available for archiving, and how administrators can determine which option is best for a given company.