1. Articles in category: Voice over IP

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    1. Hybrid Cloud Platforms Accelerate Growth of Asia-Pacific Hosted IP Telephony and UCC Service Providers, notes Frost & Sullivan

      Hybrid Cloud Platforms Accelerate Growth of Asia-Pacific Hosted IP Telephony and UCC Service Providers, notes Frost & Sullivan. The Asia-Pacific Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) services market has entered the high-growth zone, with service providers making concerted efforts to expand their service portfolios to meet the different requirements of vertical and horizontal customers.

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      Mentions: Services Mobility
    2. 3 steps to using SIP as part of your digital transformation strategy

      3 steps to using SIP as part of your digital transformation strategy

      3 steps to using SIP as part of your digital transformation strategy 24 seconds ago Image: connel/Shutterstock Guillem Hernandez, voice and data solutions specialist at BT Ireland, outlines the three key steps on the journey of SIP roll-out for an organisation. Digital transformation is at the top of every large business’s agenda, an undertaking that is too big to tackle with anything but incremental projects.

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    3. Mobility is Driving the Unified Communications Market

      Mobility is Driving the Unified Communications Market

      The market for unified communications (UC) solutions is big, and growing bigger as more companies discover the unique ability to keep a connected and collaborative workforce that stays pace with modern communications. UC is a broad term, and it generally refers to all types of calls and multimedia messages managed by an individual user for business processes.

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    4. Cloud Communications: Asking the Big Questions

      Cloud Communications: Asking the Big Questions

      We're almost there, but lingering questions will keep 2016 from being the year of the cloud in UC.

      As Enterprise Connect unfolds, one of the hottest topics will be the rise of the cloud in unified communications. Many industry pundits have heralded 2016 as the year of the UC cloud, and the mania is at an all-time high.

      Truth be told, I see 2016 being more the year of UC-as-a-service (UCaaS) hype than the year UCaaS becomes pervasive in the enterprise. Too many big questions still need answering.

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    5. How UCaaS will help enterprise workers collaborate

      How UCaaS will help enterprise workers collaborate

      Unified communications (UC) can play a major role in reducing enterprise conferencing, mobile and voice calling expenses, while improving productivity, efficiency and collaboration. But while audio and email are standard in today's workplace, many organizations are just scratching the surface of what can be done with UC.

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      Mentions: Video Mobility
    6. What it is and why you’ll use it one day

      What it is and why you’ll use it one day

      Managing the Wide Area Network (WAN) for Redmond Inc., a supplier of industrial and commercial products – from salt that’s used to protect winter roadways to organic dairy products and health items – is an easier job today for the company’s technical project manager Aaron Gabrielson than it was a year ago.

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    7. Atos Announces Acquisition of Unify

      Atos Announces Acquisition of Unify

      Atos, an IT services company located in France, is making a move on the Unified Communications market, with an offer to acquire Unify for €340 million ($371 million). With this acquisition, Atos aims to expand its range of digital offerings and enhance its portfolio of services for enterprise customers, better meeting the growing demand for UC.

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      Mentions: Services Mobility
    8. Spotlight: Mobility is driving UC deployments

      Spotlight: Mobility is driving UC deployments

      Vendors have been talking about unified communications for more than a decade, but businesses have shown much skepticism. Recently, though, adoption is up, and the reason is because of the further proliferation of mobile devices and the bring your own device trend.

      According to John Howard, director of unified communications and collaboration for EMEA at Logitech, mobile trends are essentially forcing enterprises to adopt UC technologies. Read more.

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    9. The cloud needs a new type of network optimization

      The cloud needs a new type of network optimization

      Typically, most technology trends go through a period of when they are way over-hyped, to the point that the technology never reaches the crescendo of expectations. Think of trends like Voice over IP (VoIP) or virtualization. These eventually became mainstream, but they took a lot longer than originally anticipated.

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      Mentions: VMware
    10. Gartner Magic Quadrant for UC Results – Customer View is Very Different

      Gartner Magic Quadrant for UC Results – Customer View is Very Different

      We thought we would provide some feedback on the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications from a customer view (whether large enterprise, government; or a small business like FOX GROUP that uses various UC apps every day).

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      Mentions: Mobility
    11. How to Choose a Personal UC Solution Provider for Your Business

      How to Choose a Personal UC Solution Provider for Your Business

      The decision to shift to personal UC may be an easy one to make, but picking the right platform may not be so simple. The workplace of today is significantly different from that of a decade ago. The Millennial generation has become an integral part of the workforce, and these workers are demanding mobile, flexible, and agile work environments.

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    12. Creating A Universal Remote Control For Business Communications

      Creating A Universal Remote Control For Business Communications

      In the ultimate paradox, we have spent the last several years untethering our workforces while technically intertwining our personal and professional lives. Yet, for many, the notion of BYOD often results in a feeling of being AWOL. With 25 percent of knowledge workers out of the office on any given day, the ability to remotely connect back into corporate communications and collaboration tools can be a challenge.

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      Mentions: BYOD Mobility
    13. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise gives SMB communications a boost

      Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise gives SMB communications a boost

      Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise's latest update of its unified communications product line gives small to midsized businesses the choice of voice and mobile applications that can be enabled from a single box. The latest version of the OpenTouch for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) portfolio, introduced this week includes an updated OmniPCX Office Rich Communication Edition (RCE) communication server. Version 10.1 supports VoIP and digital communications, and can accommodate up to 200 users.

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    14. The Evolution of the SIP Trunk: From Pipe to Solution

      The Evolution of the SIP Trunk: From Pipe to Solution

      SIP can be far more than a simple replacement for TDM.

      I've started to think of SIP trunks in the same way I think of PVC. Now, don't get me wrong. I am not about to recommend that we jettison IP telephony and return to the days of analog and digital. Far from it. It's more that SIP trunks are fast becoming as exciting as PVC pipes. The newness has worn off, and the functionally provided by basic SIP trunks is nothing to write home about.

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