Data breaches, network infiltration and myriad other attacks have plagued the public and private sectors throughout the past several years, while the frequency of events has appeared to speed up more recently.
For small to mid-sized businesses to see VoIP advantages, they need to approach the selection process strategically.
Considering the potential consequences of a data breach, security should be a high-level priority whenever a business pursues UC technology.
Dave Millet highlighted several of the most important questions that companies should ask of potential vendors when planning to deploy VoIP.
A careful plan is essential for effective VoIP deployment.
Unified communications has ushered in a new era of corporate productivity, driven by more flexible working environments in which employees can access networks and data from a wealth of locations, so long as they have Internet-connected devices.
Unified communications have become a far more prolific aspect of corporate technology provisioning strategies in recent years, driven by organizations' need to have more efficient, integrated and affordable collaboration utilities in place.
Businesses, especially smaller firms, have become more aggressive in their pursuits of modernized communications and technology infrastructure the past few years, driven by both the diverse options available and the need for the most advanced collaborative capabilities possible.
Public sector agencies, multinational enterprises, small businesses and many others have been aggressively pursuing more robust video conferencing solutions in the past few years - and for good reason.
Bring your own device was once a novel trend that many believed would be short-lived and fleeting, but it is now one of the more important aspects of corporate computing and operations in virtually every industry.