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Focus Experts Guide: Unified Communications
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Uncomplicating Unified Communications for SMBs
Unified communications (UC) has been making its way into the enterprise for years, but uptake has been slower in the SMB space. Many SMBs are concerned that UC is too expensive, too difficult to set up and maintain—or, worse, they are simply baffled by UC and its benefits. This white paper demystifies UC so that SMBs can gain a competitive advantage and differentiate themselves in a marketplace once dominated by large enterprises.

web enabled communications centers  Voice Recognition Software,   Web Browser,   Business Process Re-engineering,   Collaborative Work,   Communications,   Infrastructure,   and Transportation Planning Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   UC ,   unified communcation,   unified communications,   UC technology,   UC technologies,   collaborative technologies,   VoIP,   voice over IP,   mobility,   unified messaging,   real-time communications,   SMB,   SMBs,   small to medium business,   Read More...
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2011 Trends Report on Unified Communications
That's the job of unified communications and you can find outhow in 2011 Trends Report: Unified Communications.

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2011 Trends Report: Unified Communications
As a set of products that provides a consistent, unified user interface and experience across multiple devices, unified communications (UC) is poised to become more widespread in the enterprise. How will IM, video, telephony, and other elements of UC change in the coming year? In this guide, experts Jon Arnold, Mike Barnes, Nicole Hayward, Dave Michels, and Blair Pleasant share their predictions for unified communications.

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Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) launches its ERP for Services Evaluation Center
In response to its global demand from IT decision makers in service industries, software evaluation firm Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has la...

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Manual versus Information Technology Enabled Lean Manufacturing
All good lean systems have both physical systems in the plant and near real time information technology backbones that centralize data. The primary advantage of enterprise systems is that they can handle considerably more information than can be accommodated manually.

web enabled communications centers  Manual versus Information Technology Enabled Lean Manufacturing Manual versus Information Technology Enabled Lean Manufacturing P.J. Jakovljevic - February 16, 2006 Read Comments Manual versus Information Technology It is easy enough to grasp the potential benefits of lean manufacturing (see Lean Manufacturing: A Primer , Lean Tools and Practices that Eliminate Manufacturing Waste , and How to Achieve Lean Manufacturing ), but selecting the most appropriate lean techniques or tools and the accompanying Read More...
NFC: Near-Field Communications— A Look into the (Near) Future of NFC
Near-field communications (NFC) is the hovering trend in the “mobile tech” world, not only adding convenience to the daily lives of consumers, but opening doors for enterprises to increase revenue, collect useful consumer data, and use that data in targeted marketing efforts. This whitepaper examines the background of NFC and explores the integration of NFC and its various uses. NFC security concerns are also discussed.

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Unified Communications Guide: Staying On-Premise or Going to the Cloud
Whether your company has recently migrated from legacy telephony to VoIP or whether it has been on the VoIP path for some time, consideration of unified communications UC makes sense. While some businesses will be perfectly happy moving over to VoIP, others will want the richer set of benefits that come with UC. Once the decision to go with UC has been made, businesses have to choose between retaining their premise-based environment for communications applications and adopting cloud-based UC. This guide will help you to evaluate these options, and give a review of the market landscape of UC providers.

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ChemicalsWorld.com Debuts On The Web
ChemicalsWorld.com, a new Internet marketplace offering value-added services for users in the chemicals industry makes its debut.

web enabled communications centers  ChemicalsWorld.com Debuts On The Web ChemicalsWorld.com Debuts On The Web Steve McVey - May 30, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - May 30, 2000 Event Summary ChemicalsWorld.com, a new Internet marketplace offering value-added services for buyers and sellers in the chemicals industry made its debut recently. The new company is headquartered in The Netherlands but will offer its services worldwide to participants of the trillion dollar global chemicals industry. Powering its new site are two giants in the Read More...
Choosing between Mobile Apps and Mobile Web
With mobile device use fast growing, 2012 seems to be the ‘year of the mobile.’ As companies embrace mobility, a key issue is the mobile versus app debate, and whether there is an argument for producing a mobile application over a mobile site. This white paper looks at the pros and cons of both native apps and mobile Web, and dives into the things that companies should consider before making a choice between mobile app and Web.

web enabled communications centers  Mobile Apps and Mobile Web Choosing between Mobile Apps and Mobile Web Source: Bellurbis Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: With mobile device use fast growing, 2012 seems to be the ‘year of the mobile.’ As companies embrace mobility, a key issue is the mobile versus app debate, and whether there is an argument for producing a mobile application over a mobile site. This white paper looks at the pros and cons of both native apps and mobile Web, and dives into the things that Read More...
The Cost of Employee Web Misuse
In the white paper employee web use and misuse learn how to protect yourself from the wide range of problems your company can run into.

web enabled communications centers  The Cost of Employee Web Misuse The Cost of Employee Web Misuse E-mails, shopping, social networks—it s easy to get distracted with all that the Web has to offer, even when you re at work. But how much is too much when it comes to personal Web surfing on the job? Where should employers draw the line? Web misuse can have serious implications for your business, including reduced employee productivity; security problems; legal risks; wasted bandwidth; unlicensed software; and reputation risk. In the white Read More...

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