The UCStrategies Experts share their expertise in bylined articles, opinion pieces, blogs, and podcasts, to define unified communications, educate you about unified communications technologies, and help you make informed decisions about unified communications solutions.
UCStrategies.com defines unified communications as “Communications integrated to optimize business processes.” The definition of unified communications narrows significantly when you can read and hear about real-world examples that other companies are implementing right now—and apply them to your situation.
This section offers learning tools to help you plan your unified communications implementation.
This section provides a practical, vendor-independent service to any Enterprise that is seeking the benefits of Unified Communications. How do you pull everything together to implement unified communications? Use the tools in this sequence to define unified communications for your business.
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With more than 10,000 customers worldwide, AltiGen is the clear leader in SMB and Enterprise IP PBX’s exclusively deployed on the Microsoft platform. Today our customer value proposition is even stronger, with the AltiGen VoIP business phone system’s tight interoperability with Microsoft’s Exchange Server 2007 and Office Communications Server. The integrated AltiGen and Microsoft solution enables companies to truly enjoy a complete, integrated Unified Communications experience.
AltiGen’s enterprise class VoIP business phone systems (or IP PBX) and Microsoft-based Unified Communications solutions are designed to meet the communications requirements of businesses with up to 3,400 employees. With AltiGen, gone are the days of proprietary hardware and multiple disparate boxes required to deploy an enterprise VoIP phone system. No longer do you have to deal with separate boxes for PBX, voice mail, auto attendant, call center, call recording, etc. Instead, AltiGen’s software based IP PBX delivers all business communications applications on a single server. AltiGen’s distributed architecture applications can be deployed in a single location or distributed across multiple offices with centralized administration – providing a single unified appearance of your system with complete feature transparency. Designed to seamlessly interoperate with your existing IT infrastructure, AltiGen VoIP business phone systems are built on industry standards such as Intel servers, SIP compliant IP phones, Microsoft Windows Server and Exchange Server.
By deploying AltiGen systems with Microsoft Unified Communications, companies benefit from a single Windows based operating system platform, an end‐to end integrated communications solution, and SIP‐based architecture to deliver a complete Unified Communications solution for your business.
AltiGen’s focus is on delivering world class VoIP phone systems designed to meet all of their business communications requirements. Since phone features are delivered as software (unlike the proprietary hardware traditionally offered by phone system vendors) companies can deploy use just the features, applications, and number of users which are right for their business. No matter how a company’s customers’ and employees’ choose to communicate, AltiGen and Microsoft have the solution.
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Communications Integrated to Optimize Business Processes.
UC integrates real-time and non-real time communications with business processes and requirements.
Uses presence capabilities for coordination, and presents a consistent unified user interface and experience across multiple devices and media types.
Learn more at What is Unified Communications all about?