Unified communication (UC) solutions are valuable tools for promoting employee collaboration throughout the entire organization. Whether employees are using PCs, laptops, tablets or even smartphones, they can contact coworkers, customers, and clients anywhere at any time.
When you think of the most influential IT trends today, what immediately comes to mind? Mobile devices should be at the top of this list, not just for how they have evolved over the years to offer powerful computing capabilities, but also how they have changed the very nature in which employees function.
Plenty of companies have heard of cloud computing, sure, but it's clear more businesses have transitioned from just thinking about using the technology and are moving full steam ahead with actually adopting the service.
When your company thinks of Microsoft, what comes to mind? The Windows operating system and on-site Office programs are likely the first two products that roll off the tongue, but the tech giant has branched out
Companies planning cloud implementations have some important decisions to make before launching any service. One of the first choices involves the technology model - public, private, or hybrid environments.
Microsoft has made great strides over the years to become a cloud-based vendor. Plenty of organizations likely already use the tech giant's Office productivity suite, but some may not know there is a new iteration designed to function anywhere at any time.