Unified Communications is quickly taking over most offices, and for good reason. Ignoring just the benefits of UC, we also know that by 2020 or so we will see the current Public Switched Telephone Network shut down, in favor of IP communications. And we’ve already seen almost the majority of businesses, both small teams and Enterprise companies, adopt this new standard of communication.
With a pretty extensive list of compelling reasons to transition from the standard legacy phone network to IP and Unified Communications, its almost a no brainer. Yet, for those that are still relying on legacy communications, transitioning to UC can be a bit of a hurdle — despite all the benefits on the other side of the ocean. Without even the faintest idea of where to begin the transition, many might find themselves in an overwhelming situation, and might even land themselves tied into service they might not want or need. (Read More…)