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June 23, 2014

WebRTC, UC and the New Way to Work

Geographically distributed teams and collaboration technology are standard operations for many firms these days, but defining how important technology is to success is featured in a newly released study from Unify.   Volume 2 of "New Way to Work" (NW2W) surveyed 137 business executives and team members around the globe to get a real world view of the collaborative capabilities offered and used by teams and their correlation to team performance.

NW2W volume 2 showed the most successful teams have and use communication and collaboration technology two to four times more than teams that enjoy marginal or no success, according to survey participants. Read More

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