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New Fuze Marketing Campaign Puts the YOU in Unified CommunicationsMarch 07, 2016
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Fuze: Integrating Technologies for the Future of WorkFebruary 09, 2016
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Fuze Closes $112 Million in New Funding, Accelerating Its Disruption of Unified CommunicationsFebruary 09, 2016
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ThinkingPhones Rebrands as Fuze; Reimagines Connectivity and CollaborationFebruary 09, 2016
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Video conferencing power, demand risingJanuary 22, 2016
Video conferencing software has been around for more than a decade now, but has only become a central asset in unified communications frameworks a bit more recently.
Seven Weekly Stats: Why Mobility Matters in WinterJanuary 21, 2016
Winter. It's finally here. Unseasonably warm temps during the holidays gave many ...
The changing face of video conferencingJanuary 20, 2016
Video conferencing technology has become a more prominent piece of the average organization's collaborative framework in recent years, while the devices used to access the software have diversified significantly.
Trends in the video conferencing marketplaceJanuary 19, 2016
Video conferencing technology has been around for more than a decade, but has only begun to be used by the majority of businesses in the past few years.
The benefits of cloud-based UCJanuary 15, 2016
Agility has been among the most common focuses of corporate executives in the past few years, as a rapidly evolving market landscape translates to the need for highly flexible operational processes.
The effects of UC on ITJanuary 13, 2016
The unified communications movement brought collaboration tools ranging from telephone services to data sharing under one roof, and has had a profound impact on information technology frameworks as a result.
What comes next for UC?January 11, 2016
The unified communications market has evolved significantly in the past few years, driven by continued innovation among device, system and application developers and the introduction of novel collaboration-based trends.
How can enterprises excel with unified communications?January 08, 2016
The unified communications trend has reached a pinnacle of adoption and understanding in the private and public sectors, with a growing majority of businesses leveraging Voice over Internet Protocol phone services and other tools to modernize their collaboration capabilities.
UC priorities remain trained on mobilityJanuary 07, 2016
As enterprise mobility becomes a more prominent feature of modern business, leaders are expected to put a greater level of commitment and resources into the management and enablement aspects of related strategies in 2016 than they did last year.
UC spending trends toward mobilityJanuary 07, 2016
Telecommuting and remote work have quickly moved from relatively novel trends that only a few companies embraced to widely leveraged policies that most businesses need to have in place to be successful.
Will the IoT impact UC?January 06, 2016
Unified communications technologies have been at least partially impacted by many of the trends that have started to take shape in the IT market throughout the past 10 years, and longer in some situations.
UC uses continue to expandJanuary 04, 2016
Unified communications technologies have progressed significantly in the past two decades, but as innovation continues in development and manufacturing, users are not wasting any time expanding upon their target objectives for the solutions.
The art of UC integrationDecember 30, 2015
Some business owners will think that deploying Voice over Internet Protocol, video conferencing and other modern collaboration tools inherently means they have implemented unified communications, but this is simply not the case.
Employee Training a Critical Part of Effective UC ImplementationDecember 28, 2015
By embracing training, decision-makers can significantly improve the chances that workers will not only utilize the available resources, but also make the most of UC's capabilities.
BYOD, UC Both Require Dedicated Security PoliciesDecember 23, 2015
Without dedicated security policies, both UC and BYOD can become dangerous liabilities for companies' overall cybersecurity posture. With high-quality strategies, though, these resources can be utilized by workers without increasing the risk of a data breach or other cyberattack.