In a previous post, we talked about the importance of Voice, Video and Instant Message (IM) Analysis capabilities when it comes to measuring Unified Communications (UC) interactions to achieve desired business outcomes. In this post, we’ll go over specifics regarding what that means and how to apply the capability and achieve success with your real-time collaboration tools.
One aspect of Unified Communications we emphasize just like our partner Cisco is collaboration. At this year’s Cisco Live, they’ve dedicated an entire program to collaboration to talk about and demonstrate the various ways technology is leading the charge towards bigger and better collaborative ideas to improve business and productivity.
Cisco’s commitment to championing women in their own organization makes Cisco Live the perfect opportunity to demonstrate diversity and inclusion in technology and business. By developing a network that specifically enrolls and mentors girls and women, Cisco redefines the technology space. Cisco’s Empowered Women’s Network (CEWN) is set to impress the masses again this year at Cisco Live with an already sold out program within Cisco Live. If you didn’t get the chance to register, take this time to familiarize yourself with some of the program’s speakers and the discussions they will introduce.
We all know Microsoft as the software giant that recently transformed its Lync enterprise communications application into Skype for Business when it acquired Skype. We also know LinkedIn as the world’s leading database network for working professionals. What does it mean for Microsoft, Unified Communications (UC), and LinkedIn now that the software giant is set to assume ownership of the LinkedIn brand for a $26.2 billion cash offer?