Cisco Unified Communications for the Telecom and Voice Expert
by Cisco Systems
Published 2006; Posted September 2006


Abstract:


The Cisco Unified Communications system of voice, video and IP Communications products and applications helps organizations communicate more efficiently so that workers can streamline business processes, reach the right resource the first time, and increase profitability.

 

Cisco Unified Communications is a family of Cisco products and applications designed to meet an organizationís entire range of communications needs, including call management, rich-media conferencing, voicemail and messaging, customer contact, IP phones and endpoints, video telephony, videoconferencing, and unified communications clients.

 

This paper provides a detailed overview of Cisco Unified Communications to help those responsible for making voice and telecommunications decisions. Topics discussed include:

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Specific solutions and technologies that Cisco Unified Communications offers

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The many benefits Cisco Unified Communications provides, and expectations in terms of return on investment (ROI)

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How to migrate to a Cisco Unified Communications system

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How migrating to Cisco Unified Communications can make voice decision makers and telecom managers even more strategic to the organization
 

 

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