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Communications as a Service Week in Review: Acquisitions Allow Enterprises to Expand

Other than organic growth that arrives as a result of companies earning profit through generation of their own products, it seems the most powerful form of business expansion comes through acquisitions. This notion was on display this week with several companies announcing their efforts to bolster their own standings in the communications market. [ Read More ]
10/25/2014

PGi Continues Expansion with Marketing Collaboration Acquisition

PGi seems to be positioned at the intersection of exactly where communications is, and where it seems to be going. The Atlanta-based public company, which announces its third quarter 2014 results this Thursday, is already a leader in the collaboration space, an area in which it continues to expand it's offerings, and is keenly interested in sales enablement, which has to do with getting the right information to the right place to reach the right buyers in an effort to drive higher conversion rat… [ Read More ]
10/22/2014

Lifesize's New Dashboard Will Help Companies Make Video Conferencing More Effective

Many organizations lack the tools necessary to gauge how effectively their company is doing in terms of communicating in the cloud. [ Read More ]
10/21/2014

Trimble Announces New Cloud-Based Platform for Field Service Management

Best known for GPS technology, Trimble recently launched a new cloud-based platform for field service management. [ Read More ]
10/20/2014

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Whitepaper: A Hybrid Approach to Cloud Communications - Combining the best of cloud services and on-premises infrastructure
The cloud has been exploding in popularity. Organizations of all types love the ability to treat software much as they do electricity — a service that they plug into and pay for monthly.

Product Demo: Piloting the Cloud – Hosting Your Contact Center the
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Learn how Communications as a Service (CaaS) can work for your business.

Practical Guide: Moving Your Contact Center to the Cloud
Moving any contact center operation to the cloud requires addressing a range of issues from both a technology standpoint and a business perspective. And to formulate a migration approach, the more structure the better.

Product Brochure: Communications as a Service
Companies demand four primary elements of trust in a cloud solution – security, reliability, experience, and stability.

Customer Case Study: Philips Healthcare
Philips Healthcare is a global developer of health imaging devices. It develops solutions that deliver value throughout the care cycle wherever care is given, whether in the hospital or at home. Solutions include everything from disease prevention, screening and diagnosis, to treatment, monitoring and health management.

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