UCStrategies Experts Debate the Definition of Unified Communications

UCStrategies Experts Debate the Definition of Unified Communications

By Jim Burton December 16, 2009 Leave a Comment
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UCStrategies Experts Debate the Definition of Unified Communications by Jim Burton

In an industry with as many interpretations of UC as vendors claiming to sell it, UCStrategies.com remains consistent in its definition of unified communications: communications integrated to optimize business processes. In this podcast, the UCStrategies.com expert panel debates the following:

  • what is unified communications?
  • is UC the right term?
  • what are the essential components of a UC solution?
  • can it be considered UC without presence or mobility? 
  • where does CEBP and collaboration fit into this definition?

Read UC expert Marty Parker's views on the topic in his NoJitter blog, "A Rose By Any Other Name." In addition, visit the UCStrategies.com forum, "What is UC?"

The UCStrategies.com expert panel includes UC experts Jim Burton, Marty Parker, Don Van Doren, Blair Pleasant, Michael Finneran, Nancy Jamison, and Jay Brandstadter.

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