Subject:::Hosted and Cloud-Based Collaboration Ahead of On-Premises Offerings - Unified Communications
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As companies seek to upgrade their communications and collaboration technology, they are increasingly turning to hosted and cloud-based solutions thanks to a number of advantages. The hosted collaboration market is experiencing strong growth and outpaced revenues from premise-based solutions for the second quarter of the year.
In our homes, if we don't have a sound plumbing infrastructure-which is true for all of our utility services like electric, gas and cable-having the water we need to bathe, eat and cool our homes, wash dishes, flush toilets, water the lawn, etc becomes a challenge. And, when it comes to UC, not being able to properly manage its underpinnings, e.g., telephone numbers, the same is true.
Most businesses today engage in some kind of multichannel communications. (Even 100 years ago, a company could choose telegraph OR postal mail.) Some businesses, however, require a more robust multichannel communications environment that makes it easy to mix and match voice, video, text and chat, plus document sharing.
Ten years ago, "mobility" meant something different than it does today. It meant that employees on the road occasionally used their cell phones to connect with customers and the office, via phone calls or text messages. Mobile devices - mostly feature phones - were simply a stand-in for desk phones and hard-wired desktop computers.
As a mobile worker who rarely works in an office and long has struggled against telecommute prejudice, I'm happy to report that the next generation of employees will be much like me: mobile and unapologetically so.
MegaPath provides its business clients with a host of unified communications and hosted voice products. For its successful contributions to the communications industry, the company recently announced, it has gained recognition from TMC as a winner of two annual awards.

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