One may ask, why are we talking about Skype here in this Unified Communications Blog? The reason is Skype as any other tool providing communications possibilities is a part of Unified Communications presence, and each update and feature to make corporate or business communication more efficient, easy, secure etc – is a topic to review and tell the audience. Continue reading “Skype for Business – Busy on Busy”
Unified communications – this is not just another fiction of marketers, but a reflection of the realities of the modern world and the requirements of a competitive environment. From a technological point of view, the proliferation of UC is facilitated by the emergence of new telecommunications facilities and the expansion of the capabilities of each. Now almost every modern communication device has “intellect” to some extent and allows realizing a lot of useful functions that are in demand in the current conditions. Continue reading “From Unified Communications – to a Dynamic Enterprise”
Most modern companies with a well-developed structure are frantically trying to adapt to the rapid changes in the world of telecommunications. To date, the choice of means of communication is huge: cell phones, PDAs, e-mail, instant messaging (SMS), office phones, virtual meeting rooms, text messages and digital video. Continue reading “Implementation of the Unified Communications System”
The concept of Unified Communications in its current notion is still quite fresh. Nevertheless, more than a dozen large manufacturers offer their own development for this sphere. Among the main players in the world market, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, NEC, Oracle, Siemens Enterprise Networks are most notable. It is also worth remembering Nortel solutions, which many experts considered one of the best in the industry, but due to the bankruptcy of the company, the future of its development is very vague. In general, according to the analytical company Frost and Sullivan, the volume of sales of software for building Unified Communications systems in 2008 was about $ 71 million. Relatively small, but still it is almost three times more than in 2007, and by 2013 It is expected that this segment will grow to $ 1.8 billion.