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Displaying items by tag: Unified Communication UC

IT services provider Empired has been selected for the early adopter programme for the newly launched Telstra Calling for Office 365 service.

Global unified communications provider BroadSoft has landed its first Australian customer for its BroadCloud managed cloud platform, with telco Optus deploying the solution with its customers.

Published in Deals
Thursday, 27 April 2017 11:04

Telstra seals deal with BroadSoft

Telstra has inked a multi-year agreement with global communications software and services provider BroadSoft to deliver services to meet the growth in mobile workers in Australia.

Unified communications provider Avaya has sealed a five-year, multi-million dollar deal with dnata, one of the world’s largest air services providers and a member of Emirates Group, to deliver a customer experience transformation solution to dnata’s customers and partners.

Published in Deals

The Brisbane Lions AFL club is deploying a unified communications and contact centre solution from ShoreTel to help improve communications and interaction among its staff and with club members, sponsors and fans.

Published in Deals

Hosted and cloud-based Unified Communications solutions are slowly but surely replacing on-premise UC deployments as organisations reportedly improve their understanding of the benefits of a hosted UC model.

Published in Market
The pace of unified communications (UC) implementation and integration by multinational companies worldwide is increasing significantly despite “fierce budget constraints” imposed by companies, according to the latest survey of the market by Ovum.

Published in Market
Thursday, 26 November 2009 09:17

Video comms take-up on the rise in NZ

Video communications systems have become much more prevalent in New Zealand businesses with 40 percent of companies investing in the technology in the past 12 months alone, as companies look to bring greater flexibility to work locations.

Published in Market
Thursday, 26 November 2009 03:36

Melbourne's Crown goes UC with Cisco and NetStar

The Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne is installing a unified communication system including 7500 IP handsets. The project is being carried out by NetStar Australia.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 24 November 2009 10:34

SMEs moving slowly but surely to UC solutions

Many of Australia’s SMEs are moving slowly towards adopting a range of Unified Communications (UC) applications and are likely to consider new cloud-based offerings, while some are considering deploying IP telephony using a service provider’s hosted solution in the next two years.

Published in Market
Telepresence provider, Tandberg, has released to the market what it claims is ‘breakthrough technology’ with its Unified Communications gateway which enables Microsoft Office Communicator users to experience high definition video quality when connecting to standards based systems.

Published in Strategy
A newly-formed company called iVision aims to be a one-stop shop for corporate and public sector organisations looking to implement unified communications (UC). iVision was created from the merger of Integrated Vision and Unify.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 21 July 2009 10:12

Zeacom's new chief to boost Oz market push

Unified communications vendor Zeacom has appointed a new head of its Australian business to lead what the company says will be an aggressive push to increase marketshare in the Australian market.

Published in People Moves
ShoreTel and IBM have collaborated to deliver an ‘all in one’ communications and IP telephony offering for small and midsize businesses (SMB).

Published in Strategy
The adoption of new mobile applications and services in the Chinese market offers future opportunities for mobile UC vendors and service providers as China’s SMEs are forecast to continue to spend more on mobile services rather than fixed services.

Thirty year old Adelaide video communications specialist, Integrated Vision, has merged with unified communications integrator, Unify (which it has owned since 2006) to create a new systems integrator, iVision with the ambitious goal of being Australia's lead player in unified communications.

Nortel has appointed Ingram Micro to distribute  Nortel unified communications (UC) solutions to its network of IT resellers in Australia.

Friday, 17 April 2009 11:18

Exchange Server 2010 beta goes public

Microsoft has officially begun the public beta program for Exchange Server 2010.

There’s expected to be a continuation of growth in 2009 in the Unified Communication (UC) market within specific industry verticals due to ‘a much needed technology re-fresh’, according to IDC in its latest market insight report.
Published in Strategy




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