Polycom has a long history of providing cutting-edge solutions to the healthcare industry. For over 20 years everything from audio through to telepresence solutions, has been helping to improve patient care. Now, every single clinic or hospital in the UK has some form of Polycom tool within it, whether in a clinical, surgical or administrative setting. The solutions available today have evolved considerably and are continuing to develop across a range of medical disciplines.
As the number of people working from home rises, how can we strike the right balance and adopt to new working practices? Organizations need to make a much better use of modern technology in all workplaces to facilitate agile, comfortable communications among far-flung extensions of the business environment, and enable them to defy distance while collaborating in real-time.
Yesterday and today ShoreTel has been hanging out at the GigaOm Structure Conference in San Francisco.
Alas, there is no technology to enhance the commute endured for attendance
This is GigaOm’s largest conference to date and billed as conversations around the annual state of the cloud.
The hint is in my title: Manager of Advanced Applications. In simple terms it means that here in Europe I’m responsible for leading the sales team for Enterprise Contact Center (ECC) and Mobility. In more complex terms, it means I’m often looked to for tips and information on how these solutions work in the day-to-day lives of our customers.
ShoreTel was pleased to exhibit at HP Discover 2014 in Las Vegas last week, the latest in numerous joint customer engagement events in 2014. Whether it’s ShoreTel’s on-premises solutions virtualized on HP’s server technology, or ShoreTel’s cloud-based ShoreTel Sky service running on HP’s carrier grade networking infrastructure, or a combination of both, the net result is a win-win for all.
Companies are increasingly considering centralized deployment of their SIP-trunking and UC resources into a private cloud or data center to maximize their return on investment in computing and virtual infrastructure resources.
Many legacy systems were built with the premise that dedicated servers would always host and run software and associated workloads.
The communication needs of people and businesses have evolved over time. The underlying technology that is used to fulfill the needs of enterprises has also changed significantly from plain old telephone (POTS) copper lines to ISDN circuits to DSL Lines and T1s.
They say lightning never strikes the same place twice. But with the ShoreTel Dock, your mobile phone can become your deskphone – allowing you to use only one device whenever you return to your home base (or office if that’s where your Dock is).
The ShoreTel Dock is the first and only business-grade device that transforms Apple® iDevices into desk phones for the mobile generation.
The ShoreTel solution implemented at Williams includes ShoreTel IP-PBX, ShoreTel Mobility and ShoreTel Enterprise Contact Centre with multimedia, as well as a host of other functionality. ShoreTel Mobility extends UC applications to mobile devices and allows smartphones such as iPhones as well as popular Android and Blackberry models to work as extensions of the ShoreTel PBX using either WiFi or cellular. – See more at: http://blog.shoretel.com/2014/04/williams-marketing-department-drives-home-the-benefits-from-shoretel-unified-communications/#sthash.E8vgMKrd.dpuf