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Cloud Collaboration – what’s the big deal?

Posted by unicomm on  October 28, 2021
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Collaboration is fundamental to the success of business. When teams work together, problems are solved more quickly and new ideas are generated that help to make businesses better. Research underlines the importance of collaboration. One survey found that 86% of respondents believed a lack of collaboration had caused the failure of projects they had worked on. Another revealed that nearly 40% of employees didn’t feel there was enough collaboration in their workplaces. Collaboration is so

How does Unified Communication actually work?

Posted by unicomm on  September 29, 2021
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Even before the pandemic forced businesses to pull together stop-gap solutions, Unified Communications was an innovative technology that many businesses were looking to adopt. The pandemic has accelerated the transition into remote working and communication solutions are no longer refined to a desk phone, or computer screen. New technologies such as VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) have enabled businesses to route calls through their internet connections, with an offshoot – Unified Communications (UC) – providing

Mitel MiCloud Flex and Microsoft Teams: A Comparison

Posted by unicomm on  September 20, 2021
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Tens of thousands of small businesses switched to remote working during the pandemic, relying on new technology to connect their colleagues and customers. Many of those businesses – perhaps even the majority – will never go back to the way things were before Covid struck. Remote working, often in “hybrid” (part time) form, is here to stay. What that means is that the technological “sticking plasters” businesses adopted during the pandemic will need to transition
We’re all doing so much more online, which was true before the pandemic, and now it’s even more clear that businesses rely on their internet connection. Coping with Covid-related demand put enormous stress on many corporate networks, and with new ways of working likely to outlive lockdowns, network performance has become a business-critical issue. While flexible working was gradually gaining acceptance before 2020, there’s no doubt that Covid gave it a powerful shot in the

Preventing human error with effective IT support

Posted by unicomm on  July 19, 2021
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There’s a sense that, when employees work from home, your IT team loses an element of control. Without a physical IT presence, staff may be more prone to taking shortcuts, and less likely to attend to the basic maintenance of devices and systems. And of course, most of your employees aren’t IT experts, but that lack of knowledge and experience can no longer be used as an excuse when addressing human errors. Some of them