It seems like everyone is talking about how computing is moving to the cloud – defined as the delivery of computer applications to distributed users from a central location rather than putting software on individual PCs or local servers.But what do you need to know before making the switch to the cloud?
I’m in New York today for the launch of Microsoft Office 365. Office 365 is a subscription service that combines the familiar Office desktop suite and Outlook (Exchange) with cloud-based versions of collaboration services SharePoint Online and Lync Online. If you want some background information, check out our past blog on Office 365. If you […]
Today is Earth Day and it got me thinking about how InterCall helps companies be more earth-friendly. We have long been the global leader in conferencing, with over 20 billion minutes of conferencing provided last year alone. That astounding number racks up more than just savings for our customers; it reduces our customers’ carbon footprint […]
You’ve heard all the hype surrounding cloud solutions and Unified Communications. You may not quite understand why everyone is talking about it. Or, it may seem like it’s years away from becoming an affordable and preferred solution. But in mid-2011, all of this will become a reality when InterCall supports Microsoft in the launch of […]
When developing a Unified Communications (UC) strategy, there comes a point when you have to make decisions about what applications to keep on premise and what applications can and should be hosted, or ‘in the cloud.’ But what factors are involved in making those choices? And how do the various vendors, like Microsoft, Cisco, Google […]
Unified Communications is the next step toward a global workplace. But what exactly is Unified Communications? And can you afford it? Unified Communications integrates real-time communication services with non-real time communication services in one unified user interface across multiple devices and media. In other words, UC gives you the ability to operate and manage the […]
Enterprises are showing strong interest in deploying Unified Communications (UC) solutions because of their next generation collaboration features, enhanced voice capabilities, promise of reduced cost and improved workflow. In short, UC integrates real-time and non-real-time communications, like IM, telephony, conferencing and more, across multiple communication devices in a single unified interface. To help companies better […]