More organizations and agencies are implementing unified communications (UC) technologies with video conferencing capabilities for more convenient interactions.
Unified communications (UC) will be increasingly critical to enterprise growth as interactions expand to new devices and employees conduct more work outside the office.
Collaboration services that provide unified communications (UC) services from voice to video conferencing empower employees and improve business-to-client relations.
Eric Schoch, senior director of the Collaboration and Communications group at Cisco, predicted that movement into the cloud will require enterprises to adopt multi-purpose, innovative unified communications (UC) solutions.
With business process outsourcing (BPO) services becoming continually more common for companies, it is increasingly important to implement a Unified Communications solution.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems have the potential to save businesses considerable costs and increase their productivity, according to a recent study by tech blog Digital Olympus.
Virtualization Review predicted that the next phase of Unified Communications (UC) will require businesses to take a hybrid approach for more rapid exchanges between executives and particularly for telecommuters.
Video conferencing is continuing to be used as a way to bridge the gap of distance for global companies and international enterprises.
A major wireless telephone carrier recently teamed up with Google to integrate VoIP systems into new smartphone applications.