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Why unified communications and collaboration is so important in your workplace

How well do your people work together? When it comes to increasing business growth and output, making it easier for your people to collaborate is key to enabling higher productivity and increasing engagement. To bring teams together, unified communication and collaboration tools are now vital.

Topics: Unified Communications

Unified Communications: UC vs UCaaS?

Unified communications solutions have a big role to play in the modern workplace empowering employees to collaborate and communicate across geographies, countries and time zones.

Topics: Unified Communications

ISDN Decommission: Aussie businesses now at risk of comms blackout

It’s been a long time coming, but in just a few short months, the ISDN will be switched off. With the clock seriously ticking, time’s running out for businesses to make the most advantageous migration plans. For any business failing to migrate, the stark reality of the ISDN decommission will be a complete communication blackout.

Topics: Management Unified Communications Connectivity

Copper network switch off during Rugby World Cup 2019

For all Wallabies aficionados, Australia’s opening campaign of the Rugby World Cup 2019 kicks off against Fiji on Saturday, 21 September in Sapporo, Japan. No doubt, Australian fans will be hoping to see the Wallabies super-fit and fully-prepared to return to their former glory days. Meanwhile, at around the same time, in a business district near you, the copper network switch off will get underway. Telstra will start disconnecting copper ISDN services as NBN Co brings business-grade networking solutions online.

Topics: Management Unified Communications Connectivity

3 practical steps to realise your UC strategy

 

With technology evolving at a rapid clip and transforming the way people work, it’s becoming increasingly important to digitalise an organisation’s end-to-end processes and unify communications. Fluid communication has always been essential, but now, as organisations undergo broader digital transformation, and embrace new ways of working, implementing a Unified Communications (UC) strategy is just as important for overall flexibility as it is to the bottom line.

Topics: Unified Communications