Company: Plantronics Ltd
| Category: Teleconferencing
| Published: February 2013
The workplace is changing, and the way people communicate is evolving along with it. Combined with e-mail, instant messaging, audio and video conferencing, and the use of voice over IP (VoIP), landlines and mobile phones, users are more connected than ever before. New technology is enabling employees to work from a variety of locations. People are working from the office, at home, in airports, cafés, and anywhere else work takes them. Whilst corded headsets work in many environments, the freedom to move whilst continuing conversations is fast becoming a necessity.
Wireless audio devices connected to landline desk phones, soft phones, or mobile phones give workers unprecedented mobility, allowing them to do their jobs in new and more efficient ways. Employees can move throughout the building or take work on the road and remain connected to vital communication systems, improving productivity and collaboration. Whether you are deploying audio devices as part of a Unified Communications (UC) strategy, or into a contact centre or other phone-intensive environment, putting the right audio solution to work in the right situation is key to optimising employee satisfaction and UC adoption.
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