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Unified communication case studies: What you need to know

Unified communications can bring a wealth of productivity enhancements if properly deployed and managed. Learn how to overcome the expected and the unexpected challenges of a unified communications deployment . Click here for an extended listing of VoIP case studies .

  • Unified communications helps enterprises combat bird flu
    IP-based unified communications offer a viable option for keeping a business running in the event of a pandemic bird flu outbreak that sends workers to far-flung, flu-free corners of the country to do their jobs.

  • Open source VoIP, unified communications ease company communications
    Open source VoIP and unified communications improve inter-office communications for a young enterprise that is growing and expanding geographically.

  • VoIP, unified communications weather storm
    VoIP and unified communications tools kept one Colorado reseller afloat during massive blizzards that shut down even the "weather-proof" airport.

  • Top marks for Indiana University's messaging upgrade
    With its messaging system on its last legs, Indiana University searched for a new system to unify its campuses.

  • Unified communications, messaging revamp productivity
    Unified communications and messaging helped the East Central division of AAA upgrade its aging voicemail system.

  • University's messaging system gets green light after red light woes
    Everything went smoothly when the University of Miami deployed a 10,000 mailbox unified voice messaging system, until users wanted to tweak the message waiting light.

  • IP communications tools boost productivity, sales
    IP communications tools have opened up several possibilities for one North American company, giving it presence awareness and unified messaging.


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