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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Jay Brandstadter is a consultant working with government, commercial organizations, and vendors in VoIP/IP Telephony and Unified Communications. His diversified career in telecommunications and IT spans over 45 years since starting with Bell Labs in first-generation electronic switching systems. He has been with vendor and user organizations, DoD, high-tech start-ups and system integrators in both engineering and marketing positions. Jay has been a consultant since 2001. Previously he was with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for nearly 10 years where he was the lead in numerous advanced projects including the deployment of VoIP in a new DISA facility. Prior to DISA, he had federal service with GSA and NIST. Before government, he had 30 years in industry. His commercial work included comprehensive management, engineering, market development, and product planning experience with major organizations including Bell Laboratories, Xerox, Honeywell, and Northern Telecom (Nortel). Jay was one of the original members of the North American ISDN Users Forum, and in 1999 he founded the Washington Area Voice over Data Users Group. He has presented and moderated at numerous industry conferences including VON, VoiceCon and Interop, and has published on VoIP/IP Telephony in the U.S. and Canada. He is a graduate of Columbia University.
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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?