What does IT need to look at during planning for a Unified Communication project to ensure it goes smoothly?
mstrauss 2 years ago
I've just been informed that my company is planning to invest in unified communications, and wants input from IT. I'm familiar with the concepts of UC, but have never been involved in a UC project. What are the things that we need to look at from an IT perspective to ensure that UC planning and implementation goes smoothly?
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