Advanced features might capture your attention, but as Elka Popova, a program director with Frost & Sullivan, explains in this No Jitter on Air podcast, what you really need to be zeroing in on are service performance capabilities.
Enterprise IT exec Michael Ehrich, with Acquia, shares deployment tips, lessons learned, and benefits of doing voice in the cloud.
An effective E-911 implementation doesn't just happen; it takes a solid strategy. Tune in for tips from IT expert Irwin Lazar, of Nemertes Research.
UC & Contact Center: Building a Holistic Business Case
IT consultant Steve Leaden lays out the whys and how-tos of getting the green light for your convergence strategy.
In advance of his speech tech tutorial at EC18, communications analyst Jon Arnold explores what voice means in a post-PBX world.
Voice Reboot: Smart Talking in Your Contact Center
Voice engagement isn't about a simple phone call any longer, but rather a conversational experience that crosses from one channel to the next, as Daniel Hong, a VP and research director with Forrester, explains in this pre-EC session highlight podcast.
What trends and technologies should you be up on for your contact center? Sheila McGee-Smith, Contact Center & Customer Experience track chair for Enterprise Connect 2018, gives us the lowdown.
Melanie Turek, VP of connected work research at Frost & Sullivan, walks us through key components -- and sticking points -- of
customer-oriented digital transformation projects.
UC consultant Marty Parker has crunched the numbers evaluating UC options; tune in for what he's learned and tips for your own analysis.
Don't miss out on the fun! Organizer Alan Quayle shares details of his pre-Enterprise Connect hackathon showcasing programmable communications.
In Part 3 or a three-part series, Delanda Coleman, Microsoft senior marketing manager, explains the Teams vision and shares use case examples.
In Part 1 of a three-part series, Kevin Kieller, partner with enableUC, provides advice on how to move forward with your Skype for Business and Teams deployments.
In Part 2 of a three-part series, Zeus Kerravala, principal analyst with ZK Research, shares his perspective on artificial intelligence and the future of team collaboration.
With a ruling on the FCC's proposed order to dismantle the Open Internet Order expected this month, communications technology attorney Martha Buyer walks us through what's at stake.
Greg Collins, a technology analyst and strategist with Exact Ventures, delivers a status report on 5G implementation plans and tells enterprises why they shouldn't wait to move ahead on potential use cases.
Wondering which Office 365 collaboration tool to use when? Get quick pointers from CBT Nuggets instructor Simona Millham.
In this podcast, we explore the future of work with Robert Brown, AVP of the Cognizant Center for the Future of Work, who helps us answer the question, "What do we do when machines do everything?"
Lantre Barr, founder and CEO of Blacc Spot Media, urges any enterprise that's been on the fence about integrating real-time communications into business workflows to jump off and get started. Tune and discover why this longtime WebRTC consultant feels the time is now.
Find out what business considerations are driving the SIP trunking market today, and discover how satisfied enterprises are with their providers. We talk with John Malone, president of communications industry research firm The Eastern Management Group.
World Vision U.S. is finding lots of goodness in RingCentral's cloud communications service, but as Randy Boyd, infrastructure architect at the global humanitarian nonprofit, tells us, he and his team did encounter some unexpected gotchas along the way.
Alicia Gee, director of unified communications at Sutter Physician Services, oversees a 1,000-agent contact center running on Genesys PureConnect software. In this episode, she catches us up on the company's approach to the patient experience, and shares some thoughts on what's next in the contact center.
Andrew Prokop, communications evangelist with Arrow Systems Integration, has lately been working on integrating communications into Internet of Things ecosystems. He shares examples, and offers up plenty of pointers on how to get started.
In this podcast, Jacob Morgan, best-selling author of "The Future of Work," speaker and co-founder of The Future of Work Community shares his thoughts on digital transformation and the future of work.
Industry watcher Elka Popova, a Frost & Sullivan program director, shares her perspective on this acquisition, discussing Mitel's market positioning, why the move makes sense, and more.
Communications expert Tsahi Levent-Levi, author of the popular BlogGeek.me blog, keeps a running tally and comprehensive overview of communications platform-as-a-service offerings in his "Choosing a WebRTC API Platform" report, recently updated. Based on what he knows of these offerings and enterprise use cases, he shares suggestions on how to approach the CPaaS decision.