As companies look to deploy telephony for Microsoft Teams, they must assess their network requirements for both capacity and quality to ensure they’re suitable for the job. Take the first step – Engage this white paper to learn how calls are handled by Teams and how to tweak your network to optimize the process.
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.
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.
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.
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 case study learn how Halifax International Airport Authority, one of Canada's largest airports, developed and integrated a unified communications solution that created flexibility and efficiency for how their terminal space is utili...
Learn how BroadSoft and AudioCodes have tackled the critical concerns making it possible for carriers of all sizes to be a success in delivering and managing a superior, cost effective IP voice network that is simple to deploy.
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.
Despite the rise of smartphones and tablets, many organizations still depend on the IP telephone, because of its reliability and functionality.But with hundreds of models on the market and a plethora of available features, how do you choose the right one for your business? This issue of Network Evolution dials in on that question and more.