Unified Communications is a way to integrate real-time communication services such as, Audio Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Data Sharing and other services with non-real time services. Non-Real time services would include Email, Voicemail and other static applications. Unified Communications allows for the integration of all of these applications onto a single user interface that allows the user to access of the different types of data necessary. Individuals can send and receive information across these different platforms, while others receive the transmitted data on the singular platform.
Everyday we are bombarded with loads of information. Streaming music, emails, Instant Messaging and other distractions. Unified Communications will help organize these issues. By streamlining and addressing these issues we are able to create successful collaboration between different teams. Through the unification of incoming and outgoing information customers are able to receive instantaneous information in a timely manner. Additionally, Desktops can be shared between different users providing mobile solutions for customers and clients. With mobile and streamlined communications customers can expect a higher level of service than would otherwise be provided. Business models will become streamlined, allowing for Unified Communications to make sense of email, mobile, audio conferencing and web conferencing services.
Unified Communications is a secure product in the Cloud. The number one concern from IT professionals is security and the issues that pertain to it by placing data in the Cloud. Unified Communications providers have ensured that your data is secure, providing service guarantees and completely private networks. Companies who have moved to the cloud have experienced greater workflows, additional flexibility and an inexpensive way to experience more applications for their business than they ever expected. In order to experience the best the cloud and Unified Communications has to offer one must be sure they have a quality Ethernet or Fiber connection. This ensures that their company will have a redundant connection to their Unified Communications.
Companies who utilize Unified Communications experience greater innovation since they can act on any new ideas or solutions instantly, rather than writing inefficient emails. To get the most out of Unified Communications it is best to pair with a high quality Audio and Web Conferencing solution. Unified Communications is not one service, but a way to combine multiple Cloud and desktop services into an easy to use application. Pairing Unified Communications with an Ethernet Service will provide companies with the ultimate service in the Cloud.
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