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Date: 9 Nov 2010
Category: Unified Communications
Unified Communications is a new name for a group of technologies that have been around for quite some time. In the last few years these building blocks have evolved and this new name has emerged. Unified Communications for NEC converges and integrates all forms of communications – including Presence, Telephony, Instant Messaging, Unified Messaging, Conferencing and Collaboration - resulting in improved productivity and efficiency by enabling you to communicate effectively.
In a lot of cases, you can enable Unified Communications on the systems that you have in place today. A common misconception is that you need to rip or replace your current systems to take advantage of Unified Communications.
The hardest part is understanding how to integrate these systems with Unified Communications to maximise their potential and realise the efficiencies they can bring your business. In this White Paper we: