Company: Plantronics Ltd
| Category: Unified Communications
| Published: February 2013
Today's highly mobile and wired workers have come to rely on email, instant messaging (IM), Web-based collaboration and other data technologies to stay in touch. But that hasn't lessened the need for phone conversations, which provide the immediacy and sense of close personal interaction required to facilitate many business activities and speed decision-making.
By enabling people to use voice and data communications simultaneously, Unified Communications (UC) boosts productivity, improves collaboration, and builds stronger, more profitable connections with customers.
This report describes some typical UC usage scenarios, and how you can deploy products that will maximise productivity while minimising downtime, excessive inventory costs, operational overhead, and unsatisfied users.
Rating: + 2
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