Unified communications is increasingly gaining a foothold in commercial environments as is BYOD. It is important to set clear guidelines for employees who wish to use their own devices at work. Data access, security and other concerns should be addressed as part of your BYOD strategy.
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Unified Communications is trickling down from the enterprise and becoming a robust solution for smaller organizations. Its higher-end abilities are luring users away from the sometimes unreliable Skype and Google Hangouts. UC’s growing popularity means new capabilities are quickly being added.
The 1100TEL is a device that provides access to a GLOBALCOM system to allow announcements and messages to be made from a VoIP telephone system. It supports up to eight simultaneous active VoIP audio channels. The interface allows users to make live announcements, delayed (recorded) announcements, or launch pre-recorded messages by using either the DTMF interface or based on the telephone extension used to access the device.
The company extends the reach of TelePresence, adds iPad and Windows to Jabber mobile services.
Distributed workers — and the unified communications systems that support them — enable organizations to operate on a global scale.