Unified communications continues to be one of the highest priorities of the average corporate decision-maker, especially as the diversity and complexity of relevant solutions move on a torrid and upward path.
The unified communications revolution has been televised.
It should be no surprise that the average organization is directing more of its annual budget toward unified communications, enterprise mobility and advanced technologies of many kinds.
Businesses continue to invest more in communications solutions and IT equipment with the passing of each year, as the average workplace becomes more digitally driven and fast-paced.
The unified communications market has been fast-growing and quickly diversifying in the past few years, driven by increased demands among business owners for services and solutions that are more affordable and powerful.
Video conferencing has been one the fastest-growing unified communications solutions throughout the past several years, driven by the globalization of markets and the need for affordable collaboration tools across all industries.
Although the primary focus of unified communications projects should be central to the equipment and services entering the corporate framework, businesses must recognize that these new technologies will have an impact on existing infrastructure - especially the network.
Unified communications remains as one of the most important trends in corporate computing and provisioning, as the number and diversity of tools that need to be integrated have exploded in the past few years.
Unified communications has quietly become one of the hottest trends in corporate computing today, while other, more flashy movements such as cloud computing and the Internet of Things have stolen some of the spotlight.
In the past several years, more businesses and public sector agencies have adopted and launched video conferencing solutions to connect their employees and clientele regardless of where each party might be at any given time.