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.
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.
As unwanted and unexpected as they are, crises do happen, and being unprepared only makes them worse. In a 2017 PwC survey, 65 percent of respondents reported experiencing at least one crisis in the past four years. Despite their prevalence, a 2013 study by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer found that more than 40% of respondents had no type of plan in place for dealing with a crisis.
Regardless of your customer’s current state of readiness, you can help them improve their security measures and crisis response even more with applications that run on their data network. And, if they have an on-premise IP PBX, they already have an arsenal of tools available in their existing system.
Ignore them at your own risk!
As we gear up for Channel Partners Evolution later this month in Austin, we’ve been thinking about the incredible pace at which digitization is taking over every aspect of business and the importance of a nimble enterprise structure that can continually adapt to this progress.
It can seem overwhelming keeping up with it all, so we’ve boiled it down to five trends that will define the evolution of VoIP over the next decade. Ignore them at your own risk!
In today’s connected world, it is increasingly common to have workers in different parts of the country, or even different parts of the world, collaborating over the multiple communications channels available to them. Many remote workers use OTT services like Skype to keep in touch with their clients, partners and customers in situations where a telephone call (even over VoIP) would incur a non-trivial cost.
Such calls usually require the use of a computer with a webcam and either a headset or speakers and a microphone. This makes Skype calling more complex than a simple telephone call. Skype-enabled telephony devices remove this complexity by integrating the application with the endpoint, so communicating over Skype becomes as simple as a traditional telephone call. By enabling Skype, these devices also make more features available to the user like instant messaging, presence technology, and file sharing.
In this article we list some productivity-boosting Skype- and Skype for Business-enabled products.
When to use VoLTE vs. an OTT voice app
In a previous article, we discussed voice over LTE (VoLTE) and its implications for the enterprise VoIP phone system. All voice traffic over the LTE (also known as 4G mobile) network is packetized and conforms to modern VoIP standards, making it the first mobile telephony standard to completely circumvent the traditional circuit-switched telephony infrastructure.
In many ways, VoLTE sounds a lot like over-the-top (OTT) voice applications that leverage the same protocols for voice. In this article, we look at what OTT voice apps are, what VoLTE is in relation to OTT, and the benefits of using one, the other or both over an LTE network.
There are many ways the IoT can leverage, and be leveraged by, VoIP systems to create a more productive workplace.
It seems like everyone is talking about digital transformation these days. Technology is changing the way business is done at a mind-boggling pace, and making sure their companies are able to adapt to this change is a top priority for today’s business leaders – 81% of CEOs said keeping up with new technologies was their chief concern in a recent KPMG survey.
As a telephony dealer, you can help your customers on their digital transformation journey by intelligently leveraging their VoIP telephone system. And the good news is, it’s easier than many people think.