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Piecemeal rollouts just don't boost productivity and efficiency
Small and midsize businesses are moving to unified communications to gain cost savings, improved staff collaboration and productivity.
HCM SaaS provider Workday's advanced architecture brings cloud business agility benefits to enterprises now
By using a unified SaaS service as a way to achieve integration across many far-flung services and processes, the so-called "cloud of clouds" principle can be achieved early. This drives down complexity and cost. It allows enterprises to exploit cloud productivity benefits without building a cloud, and to integrate via cloud advancements without mastering cloud-level integrations.
case study Three Asian organizations tell their stories of the road to unified communications, from initial tests to discovering productivity and cost benefits.
Microsoft's unified communications division is upping the ante with the release of Office Communications Server 2007 and Office Communicator 2007 to manufacturing.
Infonetics Research's latest Enterprise Telephony Report is out.One prediction made by Infonetics Research analyst Matthias Machowinski is a real eye-opener.
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