This expert E-Guide will help readers understand key information about the evolution of enterprise technology, how to prepare the enterprise for mobile telephony, and the value of combing IP telephony (IPT) with unified communications (UC).
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.
When outdated equipment and disparate systems were hampering in-house communications, customer service, and workflow, Indiana University Medical Group turned to CDW for a three-part Cisco solution. This case study gives details on the benefits they gained.
This paper focuses on how to integrate VoIP solutions with thin client computing. It covers why telephony is not only supported on a virtual PC but also why virtual PCs can perform better than a traditional PC desktop solution for telephony support.
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.
To enable effective mobile communication, organizations are increasingly spending to ensure productivity and availability. Discover cost-effective applications that improve communications, connect workers, enable collaboration and streamline processes.
Businesses that use voice over IP (VoIP) service and IP phones gain many advantages. No wonder desktop IP phones are used by more than a third of small and medium-sized businesses surveyed in Europe and North America. Continue reading to learn more and discover how to make the best investment through seven key questions.
Even the smallest business can live large with a business communications system from Cisco. Why switch to a small business communications system from Cisco? Because when you combine voice, video, and data in a single network, you can cut costs and get more done.
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.