In this newsletter, we’re wrapping up (for the moment) our discussion of why moving VoIP and UC services into the cloud could be a great choice for you. In particular, our excerpts from the complimentary "2011 Sourcebook for VoIP and UC Services" by Delphi and Webtorials continue, and we encourage you to download the full version (45 pages) to get all of the details.
Archive for June, 2011
Today, we’ll focus on some tips from Integrated Research on "Managing Multi-Vendor UC and Collaboration in a Virtual World" and from Verizon Business and Cisco on "SIP Trunking — Addressing the Hidden Costs of Telephony Networks."
Representatives from big tech companies convened at the Federal Communications Commission’s headquarters to allay potential privacy concerns about location-based services.
Throughout most of the evolution of VoIP and UC, the primary implementations have been as a premises-based solution. However, as mentioned in the last newsletter, it’s probably time to consider a adding this to your cloud strategy.
It’s unusual for us to cover VoIP, video conferencing, collaboration and cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) — especially when it is all about one company’s offer, but in this newsletter edition we can do so after a recent introduction to Nefsis Corporation, a privately held company in San Diego.