By Danette Hardin, Network Product Marketing Manager
We live in an on-demand, ultra-connected world with communications gadgets that seem eerily similar to the stuff we see in science fiction movies. We expect to be able to reach anyone at anytime, and I don’t know about you, but I get a bit irritated when I can’t get in touch with someone instantly. And why not, we’ve got numerous ways to communicate now – mobile phones, email, Twitter, Facebook, texting, instant messages – so I SHOULD be able to reach someone immediately via at least one of these methods. This is great for me, but somewhat challenging for companies.
Managing all of these ways of communicating is getting bigger and more complicated for enterprises. They can’t afford to shell out large amounts of money for new equipment, and supporting proprietary environments is inefficient. Finding ways to increase productivity while spending less is the new normal for organizations. And many of these orgs are turning to unified communications as the solution that can help them tie it all together.
HP recently announced Enterprise Cloud Services – Unified Communications, a solution that can help companies bring together all of their disparate communications tools and deliver them as a service (UCaaS). The benefits of UCaaS include the ability to:
- Increase efficiency
- Reduce operating costs
- Improve security
- Maintain high performance
- Scale up or down quickly to accommodate changing business requirements
Check out this great flash demo that discusses HP’s Enterprise Cloud Services – Unified Communications and UCaaS including:
- Overview – How can you overcome the challenges of managing disparate communications tools without large upfront capital expenses?
- What is UCaaS – Increase customer satisfaction, strengthen relationships and generate new business. Quickly assess customer needs, share relevant information and introduce new services to your customers.
- Infrastructure – What about your existing architecture? UCaaS uses what you already have and incrementally adds features. The hardware, software and data center are in the cloud so you can quickly add new technology without adding resources or incurring the lag time.
- Service Tiers – You can choose the service level that best fits your enterprise.
To learn more about HP ECS – Unified Communications visit these resources: