Unified Communications and Collaboration
BT has announced a major update to BT One, its unified communications portfolio, with new cloud-based services designed to improve collaboration within and between large organizations. The latest round of changes is designed to address a BT survey that polled 1,000 executives around the globe.
New services are being introduced include:
Bringing together a solution that incorporates real-time collaboration, conferencing and mobility, Avaya has a new approach designed to help with crisis management. The latest version of the Avaya Notification Solution (ANS) is at the heart of the solution that can transmit critical information and instructions in multiple formats. The ANS approach is built to support small, targeted teams or large groups.
Skype selected MACH to enable direct billing. With the new billing platform, which gives mobile operators the option to provide users a consolidated bill that includes Skype credits paid via their mobile phone bill or pre-paid account, Skype users will also be able to purchase Skype credits from desktop PCs and mobile devices. Direct operator billing will maintain the same price points as current payment methods used for Skype credits, ensuring a consistent user experience.
Dans le cadre d’une levée de fonds globale de trois millions d’euros, Avencall reçoit le soutien du fonds FSN PME.
Géré par la Caisse des Dépôts pour le compte de l’Etat (« Programme d’Investissements d’Avenir »), il apporte le tiers du montant de cette augmentation du capital destinée à accompagner le développement de l’éditeur et intégrateur de solutions de communications unifiées libres.
Cisco Systems is modifying the licensing options for its Unified Communications Manager's UC Release 9.0 in an attempt to simplify the process and make the use of a variety of client devices easier, the company said on Thursday.
Mitel, VMware, and Vidyo have joined forces to integrate Mitel's virtualized Unified Communicator (UC) Advanced client software and the VidyoConferencing collaboration solution with VMware View to deliver a single solution. The joint solution is designed to deliver videoconferencing, voice, presence, secure instant messaging, audio and Web conferencing, document sharing, voice messaging and email.
When unified communications (UC) was first bandied about by vendors and service providers, the pitch was that enterprises would flock to it en masse, wooed by the promise of seamless integration of voice, video and data across platforms and devices.
IP telephony adoption has progressed slowly for more than a decade, but with hosted voice vendors now offering modular consumption models and shifting away from simply viewing hosted voice as a way to sell broader unified communications (UC) solutions, organizations can now pursue IP telephony services as a highly scalable stand-alone service.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise is evolving its businesses communications solutions by expanding and extending the OpenTouch Suite capabilities and applications -- including better native conferencing capabilities and support of mixed media.
ShoreTel has announced global availability of it latest release with ShoreTel 13, with enhancements designed to improve video communications and instant messaging. With the release, ShoreTel Communicator, the call manager application, enables participation in room-based video conferences using H.264 AVC technology -- making it easier for users to communicate via video from their desktop or laptop. ShoreTel is also working closely with partners to encourage wider adoption of video standards including H.264 SVC.
Nobeysco Web Conferencing