What to consider and how to move forward
What tools and resources do enterprises have at their disposal to reduce the excessive mobile charges racked up by their international travelers?
In the first part of this series, Eric Krapf talked about the growth of the tablet market vis-a-vis traditional laptops and notebooks, and the range of applications they are coming to serve as they sit "at the intersection of collaboration and computing." I couldn’t agree more, and the tablet's engaging touch screen interface exemplifies the "fun factor" that mobile devices have brought to the computing environment.
The adoption of purpose-built, secure and scalable
enterprise-quality tablets continues to rise as devices
become more sophisticated and safe, applications
become smarter and more user-friendly, and standards
are developed enabling IT teams to provision, manage
and support mobile communications and collaboration.
Productivity can soar when teams have high quality
tablets empowered with unified communications solutions
that allow them to stay connected with colleagues,
customers, and partners at any time and any place
This white paper defines GENBAND's Making Networks Smarter vision and how its implementation will enable telecommunications service providers and enterprises to overcome they many challenges of today's highly competitive market to deliver innovative IP communications solutions while meeting the expectation of end users and creating new sources of revenue.
“Retiring the PBX almost immediately saved us seven figures in cost avoidance in keeping the PBX infrastructure up-to-date and adding capacity as we grow.”
The growth of tablets, and the increasing preference for tablets over laptops, will have profound implications for enterprise communications.
Lenovo, with the assistance of Orange Business Services, deployed AudioCodes Media Gateways, Enterprise Session Border Controllers (E-SBC), Multi-Service Business Gateways (MSBG) and IP Phones to create a state of the art, secured and reliable VoIP infrastructure
Stellenbosch University selected the Mediant 1000 Enterprise Session Border Controller (E-SBC) to ensure a smooth migration to Microsoft Lync and enable seamless and reliable connectivity between its new Lync infrastructure and Skype Connect’s SIP trunking service.
Compared with Cisco products, ShoreTel UC can offer numerous advantages, including streamlined deployment and management, easier scalability, and a significantly lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
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.
10 Questions for Determining Your Cloud Readiness
In this Industry Report, we present in-depth information on Microsoft Lync, which is one of the most important topics in enterprise communications today
Voice and video, networked and cloud- based applications are becoming key competitive differentiators for customers, suppliers, employees, and partners.
Learn if an HP hosted UC solution makes sense for your business. This Frost & Sullivan whitepaper looks at the business value and new opportunities that can be uncovered.