We're all familiar with the phrase, cover your bases. When it comes to unified communications (UC), there are only three bases to worry about. Today, we're going to explore troubleshooting the modern UC environment, more specifically, three UC health domains.
This week, Nextiva announced enhancements to the NextOS Platform with the addition of several new products and, including a shot of artificial intelligence and machine learning for good measure.
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WEBINAR: Accelerating UC Deployment and Adoption
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT
Today's Unified Communications (UC) problem statement is "Adoption" - or rather, the lack thereof. Low Adoption rates can wreak havoc on a UC business case, especially those that hinge on a consolidated collaboration tool set, support resource consolidation, and higher productivity metrics - all driven by adopted UC services! Driving the Adoption Problem is often a below-average user experience, and while advanced UC platforms like Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, or Avaya's Aura platform can deliver massive transformative benefits, they also can be highly complex - and the cause behind a poor user experience can be hidden in this complexity.
What Attendees will learn:
- The Problem - Adoption defined, quantified, sliced and diced
- UC Domains - multidimensional complexity explained in human terms
- Performance Management Solutions – what they unify, and why "single pane of glass matters"
- Implementing for Success - how to maximize your UC return with performance management at the center of your deployment
Knowlarity Communications Pvt has bought Sunoray Solutions.
So you've done your due diligence, surveyed the unified communications landscape and selected the best fit in a UC system, and now the deployment is well underway. Did your company also select a performance management solution? UC network management is no joke. Let's take a look at what a solution of this kind can offer.
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