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What is Hybrid unified communications (UC), how does it work and what does it mean for organizations?

Phone systems that offer unified communications (UC) are growing at a rapid clip, since more organizations are recognizing that unifying voice, email, instant messaging, conferencing and more under one platform provides tremendous business value. By 2016, around 66 percent of small to medium-sized businesses and about 56 percent of enterprises will have upgraded or implemented a UC solution.

When considering a phone system with UC capabilities, each organization needs to...

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What is Hybrid unified communications (UC), how does it work and what does it mean for organizations?

Phone systems that offer unified communications (UC) are growing at a rapid clip, since more organizations are recognizing that unifying voice, email, instant messaging, conferencing and more under one platform provides tremendous business value. By 2016, around 66 percent of small to medium-sized businesses and about 56 percent of enterprises will have upgraded or implemented a UC solution.

When considering a phone system with UC capabilities, each organization needs to weigh its specific needs. Do you have remote employees or branch offices? Do you prefer a cloud-based service? Do you want to take advantage of third-party apps that you can subscribe to on a monthly basis or purchase outright?

Or perhaps you want a combination of an onsite phone system with cloud features, or a Hybrid UC deployment model.

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