This e-guide discusses key deployment strategies to help unified communications (UC) pros get started. Uncover the physical components of video conferencing systems, interoperability and standards considerations and how organizations should address video management to ensure a solid quality of service (QoS).
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.
Check out this software demo to see how the IBM Lotus Complete Collaboration Express Starter Pack works in conjunction with Lotus Domino and other applications to provide excellent collaboration capabilities and numerous other benefits.
The June edition of SearchNetworking.com’s Network Evolution E-Zine outlines the three basic steps enterprises should follow when preparing for video. Uncover how to integrate these steps into your network plans and learn how to say goodbye to your troubles with video.
Many businesses are investigating new ways to transform your voice now and prepare for the future of communications. This means taking a look, at and moving to, an IP-based communications infrastructure.
When your business wants to gain the advantages of voice over IP (VoIP) and unified communications (UC) technology, where will you find the expertise to do it? How do you choose a partner that’s right for you? Continue reading to gain advice from four small businesses.
Previously, putting up with the gap between CRM and OSS worlds has been a viable - though not
optimal - strategy for most operators. But now that the telecommunications industry is undergoing the "communications and content over IP" transformation, service providers are starting to redesign their business models and to rethink the infrastructure.
The multi-service, mission-critical, business-enabling campus LAN needs consistent features and service reliability from edge to core. Talk to Brocade and find out how to deploy an extraordinary network for the entire enterprise-converged campus to consolidated data center.
This Technical Guide explores the disconnect between UC applications and how employees in sales, marketing, customer service and other departments do their job. It also discusses how vendors are working to integrate UC capabilities in popular work software, like customer-management applications, on both desktop and mobile devices.