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ShoreTel Unified Communications
July 24, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
Businesses are investing in collaboration technology at a rapid pace due to advances in unified communications (UC), which integrate key components of robust business communications. Robust collaboration technology solutions, such as ShoreTel’s UC , integrate voice, email, instant messaging,...
VoIP Phone System Security
July 23, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
Early adopters of VoIP business phone systems gave security little thought. But today, with attacks being staged with more frequency against organizations of all sizes and types, IT specialists are updating security practices to protect voice and data transmitted over their networks. It turns out...
Unified Communications Healthcare
July 22, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
Despite advances in unified communications and mobility, much of the healthcare industry is still living in the dark ages when it comes to communication. An estimated 66 percent of providers reported that physicians and nurses are still using alphanumeric and numeric pagers to support clinical...
personal unified communications and worker collaboration
July 17, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
When it comes to unified communications (UC) , the idea is that all communications functions in an organization are unified to work seamlessly together on one common platform. However, this promise is now only being delivered due to recent advances in mobility . As the workforce becomes more...
Mobility Unified Communications
July 16, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
With workers becoming more mobile than ever, organizations are undergoing a fundamental shift that is redefining how we work and communicate. With workers dispersed across offices, cities, states and countries, the need for effective collaboration and communication is essential. This has driven the...
Categories: Blog, Mobility
July 15, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
When it comes to unified communications (UC), the true value may be immeasurable, since it improves employee collaboration and communication. However, organizations may find roadblocks when it comes to implementing or upgrading UC systems, since cost can be a barrier. To make matters even more...
Categories: Blog, Industry News
Mobility Business Communications
July 14, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
The mobile revolution is upon us and has had a significant impact on the workplace, as outlined in our latest newsletter . It turns out organizations that embrace mobility and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) not only save money, but their employees gain an average of nine hours of productivity per...
Categories: Blog, Enterprise Mobility
Tags: mobility
Ring Central Acquires Glip
July 10, 2015
Written by Teney Takahashi, Product Marketing Manager
On June 19 th , 2015, RingCentral announced that it acquired Glip, a provider of team collaboration services. So who is Glip and what does this mean for Ring Central? The acquisition of Glip signifies Ring Central’s attempt to offer a more robust unified communications (UC) experience, which is...
Categories: Blog, Market Perspective
Brigidine College Selects ShoreTel Unified Communications
July 09, 2015
Written by Ashley Doyle, Distribution Manager for ShoreTel ANZ
Brigidine College St Ives in Sydney is no different than most organizations today: information and communications technology (ICT) is the foundation that this Catholic girls secondary school operates. It is used across all facets of college life, including teaching and learning. The school prides...
July 08, 2015
Written by Chandler Harris, Content Marketing Manager
When it comes to security in cloud communications, there are numerous factors to consider. As mentioned in our previous blog post, Security in Cloud Communications: How to Ensure Availability , there is a framework for thinking about security called the “CIA triad,” which stands for Confidentiality...

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