Voice over Internet Protocol, the centerpiece of many unified communications strategies, continues to become more popular among businesses of varying sizes.
When technology procurement procedures do not involve collaboration among the leaders in each department, issues can arise following the eventual deployment.
The bring your own device trend has provided many companies with opportunities to capture the productivity and efficiency-driving power of smartphones, tablets and portable computers.
Unified communications technology has accelerated throughout the past decade, with more businesses moving away from traditional voice, video and messaging services to deploy the most advanced solutions on the market.
The bring your own device trend continues to be one of the highest priorities of decision-makers in the public and private sectors, and this has been evidenced by the massive expansions in relevant communications technology markets.
Unified communications have represented some of the more common provisioning priorities in the average business for the past several years, as companies work to ensure the most cost-effective approach to internal collaboration and information sharing.
Although Voice over Internet Protocol phone systems are often the centerpiece of unified communications strategies, video conferencing utilities continue to become more popular among private and public sector firms.
Bring your own device has been one of the hottest trends in virtually every industry and sector throughout the United States for the past few years, as the power of smartphones and tablets continues to expand.
Unified communications has been a high priority of many executive decision-makers throughout the past several years, and video conferencing tools continue to act as a centerpiece for these investments.
Although many business leaders are now clearly educated in the dangers of mismanaging email and other Internet security, these needs in light of unified communications have not yet gone mainstream.