Remote work is increasing every day. Due to COVID-19 and social distancing mandates, employers have had to react fast to transition to a remote workforce. According to a recent study by Gallup, the number of Americans working remote has doubled since mid-March to 62%. However, this quick transition to a remote workforce has not come without its challenges. Most organizations don’t have the technology infrastructure …
With so many advancements in mobility, networking, collaboration and unified communications, Federal agencies and business enterprises can quickly increase their overall effectiveness and capabilities by simply investing in new technology. This is especially true with the latest communication systems, which can have a lasting impact on any business regardless of industry. As Red River’s Senior Director of Technical Services, I’m …
Strong collaborative communication is important in the office.
Providing health care to the elderly is a growing concern as the Baby Boomer generation enters its mid-sixties.
Telemedicine is providing the health care industry with the unique ability to reach a broader scope of patients without having to be physically present.
The strong advantages of working from home are continuously being explored by businesses that hope to create a more flexible office structure for their employees.
As the business model transitions away from legacy equipment and becomes more integrated with unified communications (UC), new video conferencing options are making boardrooms mobile.
The option to allow telecommuting is providing employees with newfound flexibility in how they perform their office tasks.
The growing field of unified communications (UC) is driving up the widespread use of collaborative tools in enterprise business.
Unified communications (UC) tools are essential in the growing field of telemedicine.
The ability to telecommute is an option that is gaining more traction in the business world. With it, employees can utilize innovative unified communication (UC) technologies to connect to their respective offices remotely.
Despite the collaborative federation of office technologies such as email, telephony, instant messaging and remote access, which makes unified communication (UC) a lucrative offer for any enterprise, the adoption of UC is still slow-paced.
Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) provides businesses with several advantages that legacy telephony cannot match, such as flexibility and more cost-effective deployment strategies.
The growing features of unified communication (UC) enable businesses to bring the key components of office intelligence, such as telephony, calendar and email, under one system.
The constant evolution of enterprise collaboration requires the integration of unified communications (UC) strategies into the business model in order to keep pace with industry standards.
The evolution of telepresence capabilities has led to the development of robotics to assist with video conferencing.
Video conferencing options allow businesses to reach different sectors of the marketplace that would have otherwise been costly to address.
Telepresence solutions use collaborative software to remotely transmit services to a another location, separate from where the operator is working.
Text messaging is a social collaborative business tool that is seeing a lot of use within new enterprises.
Cloud solutions are becoming more central to business innovation, and as a result, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is catching up to traditional modes of communication.