A major challenge inherent in designing and maintaining an enterprise network is the administration costs. Software Defined Networking (SDN) can dramatically reduce both the hard costs (money) and soft costs (time) of managing a network. Although this tends to be the most compelling argument in favor of using SDN, it in fact offers may more advantages than this. In this article, we introduce SDN and examine some of its key benefits.
Yealink has partnered with Zoom to provide a complete conferencing solution integrated with Zoom Rooms that is sure to be a hit with customers who are looking for a robust, cost-effective video conferencing solution that is easy to use. In this article we look at Yealink’s CP960-UVC50 and CP960-UVC80 Zoom Room kits for conference rooms large and small.
In today’s business environment, coordinating teams of people working on a multitude of projects and tasks can become complicated. This is why collaboration tools are so important to streamlining cooperation and increasing efficiency. Yealink has developed a series of products that maintain a deep integration with Microsoft Teams, the software giant’s communication and collaboration platform. Yealink has the widest range of Teams-certified voice and video devices on the market. In this article, we review Yealink's T-series IP phones, certified by Microsoft for use with both Teams and Skype for Business.
If any of your customers have partnered with Microsoft for their communication and collaboration needs, or are considering doing so, then this article will be of special interest to you. Yealink has expanded its portfolio of Microsoft-certified devices that are integrated with Skype for Business as well as Microsoft Teams, meaning that these powerful collaboration tools are now accessible via Yealink’s physical communications devices.
In this article, we examine the advantages that businesses can gain through the integration of Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business with Yealink’s solutions.
Two years after Yealink launched its T5 series of smart media phones, Yealink has updated this series to deliver even more productivity-focused features that will aid all levels of middle to upper management and high call-volume users. We take a look at the new models in this article.
Yealink’s T5 series phones have been at the forefront of innovation. These phones have successfully combined multiple mature technologies to offer products with the perfect balance between simplicity and functionality. Yealink has remained true to this legacy with the introduction of the VP59, its newest flagship smart videophone.
In today’s fast-paced business world, every minute counts. It can be time-consuming to schedule telephone conference meetings, book meeting rooms equipped with conference phones, and wait for everyone to arrive before beginning. Instead of having the participants come to a meeting, with Yealink’s CP930W conference phone, you can bring the meeting to the participants!
Imagine going to the procurement department, or to the sales department, to meet with colleagues there and bringing your CP930W conference phone with you. Free of wires, you can place it anywhere within your DECT coverage and begin a meeting. You could even make the warehouse an impromptu telephone conference meeting room.
Panasonic has taken advantage of the incredible flexibility that IP telephony provides by introducing its new Mobile Softphone. It integrates with Panasonic IP telephony systems to provide versatile and adaptable unified communication services, anytime, anywhere.
The U.S. mobile worker population will grow steadily to 105.4 million in 2020, according to a forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC). By the end of the forecast period, IDC expects mobile workers to account for 72% of the total U.S. workforce.
If your communications infrastructure is not set up to handle the needs of mobile workers, your business could be missing out on gains in productivity and employee loyalty. Since adequately equipped mobile workers can do their job anywhere, they can perform on the go without having to wait until they get back to their desk to implement certain tasks. A study conducted by Staples found that 76% of telecommuters are more willing to put in extra time on work and report being more loyal to their company since telecommuting.
Here are six ways that you can leverage your VoIP telephony system to enable workforce mobility.
We speak a lot about unified communications and how network convergence allows it. Getting your customers migrated to VoIP is the first step to introducing them to unified communications (UC). Once that is established, they will be much more likely to embrace UC if you can show them the business problems it can help solve.
In this article, we look at some of the key drivers of demand for UC, which you can keep in mind when selling systems upgrades to your customers.