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Prepare Your Enterprise for the Mobile Revolution: Boost the Bottom Line with Mobile UC
By Avaya | 6/2/2012
This white paper will highlight the changes in the mobile workplace; outline the benefits of unified communications (UC) and Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) for mobile workers; identify the key market trends and business challenges IT managers must pay attention to now and into the future; and offer best practices for choosing a solution that will deliver clear ROI.
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SHOULD UNIFIED MESSAGING STILL BE A KEY PART OF YOUR UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY?
By Avaya | 13/5/2011
Unified Messaging (UM) may not be the most fashionable topic at the moment – yet the productivity gains it can provide remain undiminished. Organisations thinking about implementing Unified Communications (UC) need to think carefully about how UM fits into their overall communications plan, as well as how they will integrate and rollout new services.
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The Case for Real-Time Networking
By Avaya | 3/2/2012
CIOs are facing several powerful trends and inflection points that are defining the new IT landscape, including cloud computing, virtualization, the consumerization of IT, smart computing, and communications to collaboration. Taken individually, each one of these trends will have significant ripple effects throughout the planning and operations of IT network infrastructure. In aggregate, they will have an even more dramatic impact on the way that future network architectures need to be planned and designed. Read on.
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Unified Communications Strategy Guide
By Avaya | 13/3/2012
Articles include: How to ensure a successful UC project; Five reasons to set up unified communications; Unified communications: Is your network ready?; How to get the most from unified communications. Read this Computerworld Strategy Guide.
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User adoption: Will your communications deployment score or be left on base?
By Avaya | 13/5/2011
The swings of a baseball batter, a golfer and a tennis player have many differences. However, top performers in all these sports share one core trait — a great follow-through. They maintain focus after contact to keep the ball on a trajectory toward obtaining the result they want, whether it is speed, power, distance, finesse or some combination of those. When businesses deploy a new communications solution, they often take a very big swing as well. That solution is a major capital investment, and it needs to work properly to avoid damaging operational efficiency or customer service. Ultimately, there will be a reckoning as to whether the benefits are worth the cost.
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VIDEO FOR ALL: ENABLING THE NEW ERA OF ‘MASS’ MULTIMEDIA COLLABORATION
By Avaya | 13/5/2011
Video communication in business – often perceived to be expensive, difficult to use and bandwidth hungry – was traditionally the preserve of the board room. But with HD video services now becoming much more widely available, organisations need to consider if they have the right strategy in place to achieve maximum benefit.
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WHAT’S NEXT FOR COLLABORATION?
By Avaya | 13/5/2011
Collaboration is one of the hot topics of the moment, helping to address a number of key business issues, but what’s around the corner for collaboration technology? There is no doubt about it: collaboration works. And often with the most spectacular, spellbinding results. Read on.
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