Tag Archive: Unified Communications

Jan
16
2014

Who’s Your Daddy? How to Manage Post-Deployment UC Risk

So far, this series has focused largely on internal forms of risk, with the most recent analysis being about end users, otherwise known as your employees. No matter how good a job you do selling management on the virtues of UC, the real payoff comes from how employees ultimately make use of it. This needs …

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Jul
14
2011

Are end users smarter than your IT team?

Don’t take this the wrong way, but I have my reasons. IT managers are generally a pretty smart group, and businesses place a lot of trust – and dollars – in their hands. For the most part, they do a great job, but I think you’ll agree their job is getting harder by the day. …

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Jun
17
2011

Not sure what to do about UC? Your employees can tell you.

One of the biggest challenges for unified communications is knowing where and how to get the answers you need to make good decisions. As discussed in earlier posts, UC vendors can tell you a lot, but will be highly varied, and if you’re not careful, can also be based more on what they have to …

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May
16
2011

UC – U Ain’t C’n Nuthin’ Yet

One of the best things about writing a regular column is maintaining an ongoing focus – it ensures I’m up to date, and over time, it affords the kind of perspective that analysts stake their reputations on. This is particularly relevant here, as UC is very much a moving target. The amorphous nature of UC …

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