The demand for personal video for organizational communication is growing rapidly. By 2015, over 200 million workers globally will run corporate-supplied video conferencing from their desktops.
Organizations of all shapes and sizes are struggling to keep pace with the speed of today's anytime, anywhere business world. This eBook introduces an IP-based unified communications solution that will give you the tools you need to stay competitive.
This guide is intended for both IT staff, voice system managers, as well as CIOs. It describes the issues decision makers need to understand as they set out to build a winning unified communication strategy.
Many communications infrastructures use multiple platforms for voice and date, which have a complete lack of cohesion. Unfortunately, these legacy infrastructures cannot deal with the demands communications initiatives today put on them.
Total cost of ownership is a key metric for assessing costs, benefits and risks of a UC solution – enabling organizations to properly evaluate competing solutions. It aligns their final decision with business needs, while understanding the effects of future requirements and functionalities.
In this white paper, we are going to discuss the application of QoS to networks with media flows installed within them, such as voice and video. We'll see that it is very unnatural for voice to even exist on a data network, because it was never designed to do so.
Video surveillance helps keep an eye on things. But what is its return on investment (ROI) at your business? The technology that you use determines the value you can get. In comparison to cloud-circuit television (CCTV), the increasingly popular digital IP video surveillance offers more ROI. Continue reading this paper to find out why.