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Unified Messaging Keeps Remote Employees Connected

April 27th, 2016

Allowing employees to work remotely boosts productivity, boosts morale and gives your organization greater flexibility. If you work for a government agency, educational institution or nonprofit, you know that working remotely is already commonplace in many organizations.

A lesson in flexibility
Consider the structure of a typical suburban school district. District headquarters houses the offices of the superintendent, the IT department and various support staff members.  (More…)

Knocking Down Device Barriers: Freedom to Collaborate

February 22nd, 2016

Gartner has predicted the life expectancy of BYOD to fall to the wayside by 2016. Despite this grim outlook, the fact is that organisations still need to prioritise the management of their daily operations and keep their employees communicating and collaborating as effectively and seamlessly as possible.
 
At Mitel, our position is simple. Whether you’re an organisation that has a BYOD policy in place, or if you have decided to supply employees with company-preferred communication devices, to enable employees to work and collaborate more  (More…)

The Cloud is the Real Deal! Myths Busted!!

February 22nd, 2016

For many, the cloud is still a mystery. In fact, there’s so much complexity surrounding it that, for a wary IT manager, things can easily become foggy. Do a Google search right now on “cloud computing,” and you’ll find thousands of varying results—some nice and others not so much. So, how can IT teams dig deep to discover the truths of the cloud? Two words: the numbers.
It may seem that not a day goes by that a skeptical IT manager  (More…)

Best Path to the Cloud – Part 2

September 18th, 2015

Centralised VoIP architectures make it possible today to imagine Cloud-based telephony with central infrastructure hosted and managed by a vendor or an outsourcer at one end and business sites equipped with little more than telephone sets at the other end.

This trend is in line with broader trends to outsource IT services and also the acceptance that land-line telephone services are no longer  (More…)