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Talking up a storm – Part two

Posted by Paul Storey | 19 Mar 2014, 18:29 PM

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Cloud-based telephony has been credited as driving unified communications (UC) in today's organisations, but is the reality really so bright, does cloud telephony lack the silver lining? Here in the second of our three blogs, Paul Storey, Head of Voice at Redcentric, considers what companies need to be aware of if cloud telephony is to deliver on its promises.

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Talking up a storm - Part one

Posted by Paul Storey | 11 Mar 2014, 18:36 PM

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Cloud telephony has been credited as one of the driving forces behind Unified Communications (UC), but is the reality really so bright or does cloud telephony lack the silver lining. Here in the first of our three blogs, Paul Storey, Head of Voice at Redcentric, considers the issues with the technology’s business application.

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The importance of remote working

Posted by Stefan Haase | 27 Feb 2013, 16:27 PM

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Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo! Inc, this week announced a ban on ‘working from home’ within her organisation. She cited her reasoning as a ‘need to be working side-by-side,’ but in an age of emerging remote working technology, is this need out-dated? Stefan Haase discusses the benefits of remote working, and some of the best technology for the job.

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The low-down on Cloud-based telephony

Posted by Phil Dyson | 22 Feb 2013, 16:32 PM

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There are a number of benefits of Cloud-based VoIP, and these go much deeper than just the cost-centric. It is unsurprising then, that businesses moving their traditional, premise-based PBXs to the Cloud are becoming increasingly common. I am a huge proponent of Cloud-based telephony, and would urge sceptical IT directors to cast their eye over the article.

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The office of the future

Posted by Stefan Haase | 23 Jan 2013, 17:22 PM

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Offices, which once epitomised the words boring, homogenous and restricted, are changing. A recent British Council for Offices conference announced its plans for offices of the future. Boasting plants growing on the walls and total energy efficiency, what does this mean for the IT infrastructure in future office developments?

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Brocade Guest Blog: Avoiding the campus crunch

Posted by Fraser Fisher | 12 Oct 2012, 11:16 AM

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As their appetite for mobility, video, unified communications and virtual desktop solutions grow, customers increasingly will look to companies such as Redcentric to fix the weak link in deploying these technologies – the campus network.

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Components of a Unified Communications system

Posted by Phil Dyson | 12 May 2011, 17:31 PM

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In an ideal Unified Communications system, there are 4 key building blocks which are shared across all the different communication tools.

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3 Questions a CEO should be asking about Unified Communications

Posted by Phil Dyson | 12 May 2011, 09:13 AM

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There is much hype in the press about Unified Communications, or simply UC, and the vast array of vendor opinions only adds to the confusion.

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How is Unified Communications different to what we have today?

Posted by Phil Dyson | 8 Feb 2011, 14:08 PM

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One way of understanding why Unified Communications is gaining so much attention is to look at the problem with existing IT systems.

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