1. Uc – Is It Time For A Name Change To Collaboration?

    Uc – Is It Time For A Name Change To Collaboration?

    Collaboration I believe entails components to provide an environment that is “anytime, anywhere, any device, and anyone.” In short, collaboration is about device irrelevance. The device is no longer important for collaboration purposes – any device can be used including a desktop phone, mobile device, tablet, videoconferencing unit, a laptop – it simply doesn't matter anymore. This is about the delivery of Unified Communications in an anytime, anywhere world.

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    1. The enterprise UC market is now considered to be entering the early mainstream adoption phase. Products and best practices both for deployment and increasing end-user adoption will continue to mature during the next several years.
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