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Unified communications (UC) is helping employees be more productive, collaborative, effective, and efficient, and having a positive impact on the business.
Mobile phones and smartphones in particular, have been one of the biggest disruptors of business the world has ever seen. Not only have they enabled the always-on connectivity that is a feature of today’s corporate environment, they have been responsible for the rapidly changing business models that are creating an exciting new future.
A world where employees are office bound and remain at their desks is a thing of the past. Today’s workers are everywhere. They’re at coffee shops, at home, on the road, overseas – and working from a plethora of devices.
The level of collaboration within an organisation has a direct impact on the outcome of any given project or task.
Analysts IDC have predicted that the unified communications (UC) market is set to grow by approximately 69% between 2014 and this year.
Today’s millenial workers communicate differently, preferring instant communication tools such as Skype, WhatsApp and Facebook chat over the more traditional email.
Today’s millennial workers communicate differently, preferring instant communication tools. This is resulting in a complete change to how work gets done.
Very surprisingly, Generation Z is bringing back face-to-face interaction and older methods of communicating, compared to millennials.
Unified communications technologies are not only enabling true remote collaboration in business, but also driving digital transformation.
Millennials are changing the face of the workplace, especially when it comes to using communications to work differently. Business needs to satisfy them.
Unified communications offer some of the best technologies for meeting the challenges of the new ways of working that Millennials bring.
Millennials have become a significant factor to consider in terms of doing business.
The unified communications (UC) sector is enjoying a period of sweeping growth.
The face of the workplace has changed dramatically over the last decade.
Millennials now represent the largest share of the global workforce, having overtaken generation X’ers and baby boomers over the last year.
Unified communications quickly deliver value and return on investment. Here’s how to measure the business benefits.
As UC technologies mature, they are beginning to surpass face-to-face communication as the most effective way to collaborate.
With new technology comes new myths. Here’s we bust several of the misconceptions surrounding unified communications.