Tag Archive: Jon Arnold

Oct
30
2014

More Ado about Doing Nothing with UC

My last post set things off in a new direction when it comes to out of the box thinking with UC, and there’s more to be said on the topic. As I’ve noted many times, UC is a moving target for everyone, and I can’t think of a better scenario to try different things in …

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Oct
23
2014

Doing Nothing When Deploying UC – This Just Might Work (Part I)

The great thing about out of the box thinking is the lack of rules. There is no right or wrong answer when taking this path, and if you’re not challenging the status quo, you’ll never know if there’s a better way. Sometimes, different is better and sometimes it’s just different. To get good results with …

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Oct
16
2014

Who are you really selling to with UC?

For the past while on this blog, I’ve been writing about out of the box thinking and how taking different approaches can help you make better decisions when investing in UC. In some regards, this is about using unconventional perspectives to help make UC more than just a me-too idea to keep up with the …

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Oct
09
2014

The Case for Making UC Mobile

I’ve been writing about out of the box thinking around UC for some time now, and this theme is only limited by one’s imagination. This type of thinking can take many forms, and that’s the point here. I’m happy to provide a variety of examples to stoke your thinking, but by no means do I …

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Sep
25
2014

Where’s the Fun in UC?

For the past few posts, I’ve been exploring examples of out-of-the-box thinking for UC, and hopefully this is triggering new types of dialog for what this might look like inside your organization. UC’s amorphous nature is both a blessing and a curse, but if you buy into its basic premise, I encourage you to view …

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