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UC From Two Perspectives – End Users and Business Processes

Originally, person-to-person communications required the contact initiator and the contact recipient to use the same kind of endpoint device and a single mode of communication. That applied to both real-time telephony, as well as asynchronous messaging. [...]

Pick Your Virtual Doctor!

                   By Art Rosenberg, The Unified-View/ UC Strategies Expert I have long expected that health care would become an important driver for Mobile UC because interactions with health care personnel (doctors, nurses) will require all modes [...]

Managing Multimodal Messaging

There is so much change going on in business communications, it is hard to keep track of what’s real and what’s coming! More importantly, the new stuff has to coexist for a while with our legacy [...]

What really is “UC”? – It’s middleware that flexibly connects people and online applications

I am really getting tired of hearing people talk about UC as if it is some kind of product or a single piece of software! It’s really a collection of communication software applications that hopefully can [...]

The Importance of Brand Cohesiveness Across Social Media

by Ben Laube, President and Founder of POLR Marketing (www.polrmarketing.com) Developing and representing your brand effectively on social media is one of the … Powered by WPeMatico [...]

UC Use Case for Airline Travelers

Another nail in telephony’s coffin comes from airline travelers who don’t want to be bothered by seatmates talking on their cellphones. Now that the FAA is considering allowing passengers to use their mobile phones for in [...]

User Endpoint Devices Will Be “Dumb” Hardware For Smart “Cloud” Apps

If you are watching what is happening with premise-based business communications and online software applications, you can see them all heading into the “clouds,” where they can be easily integrated and accessed by end users anywhere, [...]

User Endpoint Devices Will Be “Dumb” Hardware For Smart “Cloud” Apps

If you are watching what is happening with premise-based business communications and software applications, you can see them all heading into the “clouds,” where they can be easily integrated and accessed by end users anywhere, any [...]