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Unified communications

How the Enterprise Communications Landscape Has Changed

Businesses are still looking for an enterprise communications solution that empowers employees to contribute, and at the same time, minimises the potential confusion that its use may cause.

Cisco axes Spark, elevates and enhances WebEx

Commvault Software now enables Hadoop, Greenplum & GPFS big data environments

Cisco has merged its two collaboration packages, Spark and WebEx, into a single platform that supports both worlds.


BT improves cloud collaboration with integrated Cisco Spark

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

The new service brings together the collaboration tools offered by Cisco Spark with the voice services of the BT One Cloud Cisco platform.

Amazon rolls out cloud-based UCaaS named Chime

Amazon today announced Chime, a unified communications as a service (UCaaS) offering hosted in Amazon Web Service’s cloud.

Avaya introduces Smart Digital Transformation-as-a-Service to APAC businesses

Digital Transformation-as-a-Service – SmartDXaaS

Avaya has introduced its concept of Digital Transformation-as-a-Service – SmartDXaaS – for the Asia-Pacific region.

UCaaS continues to disrupt traditional business communications


“We are now entering a world of next generation UCaaS where standalone is not so standalone anymore.”

Building the smart nation with UC

As technologies become more ubiquitous, governments are now also focusing on harnessing technology to benefit their citizens.

Businesses' move to cloud dampening sales of unified communications solutions


As businesses continue to hold off new phone system purchases, global enterprise PBX revenue fell 6 percent in the first quarter of 2015 (1Q15) from a year ago.

Innovative, differentiated cloud services for digital lifestyles

Businesses are increasingly turning to cloud computing as a means to build strategic competitive advantage and drive profitability. 

Changing face of communications in next-gen enterprise

As enterprises seek greater flexibility, cost efficiency, and less technology to manage in communications and collaboration, a rapid shift in demand is underway from hardware-based, on-premise UC solutions to software-based and cloud-based solutions.