Unified Communications Helps Mortgage Broker Connect with Customers
Case Study: Mortgage broker, MonsterMortgage.ca better connects with its customers through unified communications.
The Arrival of Cloud Computing in Canada
How and Why Canadian Enterprises are Exploring Cloud Computing – Click here to find out.
Avaya Unified Communications Can Reduce Cell Phone Expenses
Avaya defines Unified Communications as orchestrated communication and collaboration across locations, time, and medium to accelerate business results. It is achieved through the convergence of real-time, near-real-time, and non-real-time business communication applications including: calling, conferencing, messaging, contacts, calendaring, collaboration, and rich presence with voice, video, text, and visual elements. Users can access these capabilities using multiple modalities including voice, data, and speech access, through telephones, PCs, and mobile devices. These communications services are increasingly designed to be embedded into structured and unstructured business processes. This takes Unified Communications to the next level in terms of IP voice and video telephony; audio, web and video conferencing; unified messaging of voicemail, email, and fax; instant messaging and more.
Network Mobility Solutions
Organizations need innovative strategies and approaches to secure, manage and support their converged networks. Next-generation wireless and wired networks and the enterprise data centre must be immediately and cost-effectively able to support new business models and processes.
Moses Cone Health System deployed Unified Computing System as part of the transition to electronic medical records
Based in North Carolina, Moses Cone Health System offers a range of services, including cardiovascular care, the latest cancer treatments, rehabilitation neurology, and trauma care, in both hospital and outpatient settings. Moses Cone Health System is accelerating its transition to electronic medical records (EMR) and Physician Order Entry (POE).