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  • Can You Hear Me Now? Assessing VoIP Quality

    Sponsored by: SearchNetworking.com

    How does VoIP quality measure up to 20th century standards? In this issue of Network Evolution, we look at what's driving VoIP networking development, and what users expect when it comes to voice and video quality.

  • Time to Upgrade Your Phone System?

    Sponsored by: ReadyTalk

    In this white paper, discover the signs that are indications that your old phone system is keeping your business from being as productive, mobile, cost-efficient and secure as it should be.

  • CyrusOne Improves Their VoIP Application Performance

    Sponsored by: AppNeta

    Data center provider, CyrusOne, needed to improve their VoIP application performance to satisfy end users complaining about poor call quality. In this case study, learn how the provider was able to overcome their application performance struggles.

  • Improving VoIP Quality and the Impact of Skype for Business Telephony

    Sponsored by: Comcast

    In this expert e-guide, learn how to properly architect your VoIP so you can provide users with better quality of voice and support for a number of concurrent voice connections. Additionally, discover how Skype for Business telephony stacks up for enterprises.

  • A Hybrid Approach to Cloud Communications

    Sponsored by: Genesys

    Access this white paper to learn more about cloud communications, and why hybrid cloud communications are a particularly popular option.

  • Web-Conferencing Vendor Comparison

    Sponsored by: Zoom Video Communications

    14 leading web-conferencing vendors are compared in this Gartner Magic Quadrant to help you find the one most suited to your needs. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of vendors like Cisco, Zoom, Microsoft, and 11 more.

  • It's Never a Good Time To Hold a Meeting

    Sponsored by: LifeSize

    This resource will help you schedule meetings across time zones worldwide. With this reference sheet, you can easily schedule the next meeting between your worldwide staff.

  • Ringing Endorsement: Which IP Phone Fits Your Needs?

    Sponsored by: SearchNetworking.com

    Despite the rise of smartphones and tablets, many organizations still depend on the IP telephone, because of its reliability and functionality.But with hundreds of models on the market and a plethora of available features, how do you choose the right one for your business? This issue of Network Evolution dials in on that question and more.

  • Function Follows Form for Healthcare Unified Communications Systems

    Sponsored by: Avaya TSG

    This e-guide will help you determine which unified communications (UC) system will best serve your healthcare facility. Inside you'll find a concise list of UC features that will enhance your ability to provide care to your patients and functionality to your clinicians.

  • Hackers Are Poised to Compromise Your Communications Networks

    Sponsored by: MASERGY

    VoIP technology has introduced new security concerns to the enterprise. Access this white paper now to learn about today's 9 most serious security concerns introduced by VoIP, and how to counteract them.

  • Picking Your Best Path to VoIP

    Sponsored by: Avaya CenturyLink

    Changing voice systems is not a trivial matter. Determine which is the right VoIP migration path your organization—cloud-based hosted VoIP or premises-based SIP trunking. Read on to learn when to consider SIP trunking over hosted VoIP (and vice versa) based on your long-term plans.

  • Making the Financial Case for Hosted VoIP

    Sponsored by: Avaya CenturyLink

    Discover in this post how to evaluate the costs of maintaining your legacy phone service—in terms of CapEx and OpEx—and estimate the financial impact of hosted VoIP to determine if you should adopt. Additionally, access a hosted VoIP TCO tool to build your implementation business case.

  • Don't Run A 21st Century Business With 20th Century Phones

    Sponsored by: Avaya CenturyLink

    Explore the top 5 business benefits you will receive by making the switch to VoIP from PBX—fulfilling the need for higher performance standards, simpler network operations, and seamless incorporation of new communications apps. Read on to see why you should consider VoIP.

  • How VoIP Delivers Tangible Business Benefits: A Case for Implementation

    Sponsored by: Avaya CenturyLink

    Discover how to improve employee productivity and enhance customer experience—within IT's budget—by implementing more agile VoIP. Choose the right combo of VoIP for your business—whether hosted or SIP trunk—and examine its multitudinous business benefits, overcoming aging network infrastructure.

  • Utah State University Realizes Big Savings by Upgrading to VoIP

    Sponsored by: Avaya CenturyLink

    Learn how to save your organization thousands of dollars by upgrading older TDM systems to VoIP—recovering productive hours from IT staff to put toward new initiatives. Integrate VoIP into your modern digital infrastructure to unify communications and mobilize your workforce for even greater productivity.

  • Why Moving to VoIP Makes Business Sense (and Produces Cents)

    Sponsored by: Avaya CenturyLink

    Discover the top 3 things you need to know to succeed with VoIP today—including how to avoid the money drain of legacy PBXs—as well as the risks and rewards VoIP affords. Access this post to improve employee productivity and reduce communications costs by increasing network capacity.

  • Building a Borderless Business

    Sponsored by: Avaya

    Empower your employees — through business collaboration and communications solutions like video, audio and web collaboration — to help grow revenues, improve customer loyalty, and boost productivity. Learn more in this white paper.

  • Select Wines Chooses StarLeaf for Collaboration Solutions

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    Discover how a growing wine importer mitigated their ballooning travel budget by implementing improved collaboration and communications.

  • Case Study: Dr. Martens Deploy Unified Communications

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    See how famed shoe maker Dr. Martins has deployed UC. You'll see how improved video conferencing was able to support their strategy to double revenue and streamline communications.

  • StarLeaf Video Endpoint Hardware

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    Meet a video collaboration endpoint that can be scaled for any sized meeting room.

  • Cloud Clarity – Challenging Convention

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    Identify 3 ways that cloud based video communications can improve your business.

  • 5 Reasons To Add Cloud Video Conferencing To Your Business

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    Discover the 5 reasons why adding video collaboration to your enterprise's resources will make a huge difference in productivity.

  • 4 Ways to Get Your Desktops and Meeting Rooms Talking

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    Identify a path toward fully modernizing your collaboration and conferencing strategy. Step-by-step, you'll see how you can move towards comprehensive collaboration.

  • Case Study: Solving Malicious Spamming & Scalability Issues

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    See what features a logistics organization needed from a collaboration tool, and if those priorities are in line with your own. While avoiding the costs of on premise infrastructure, mobility and secure communications can become very attractive.

  • Case Study: Helping GEAR4 Bring Products to Market 25% Faster

    Sponsored by: StarLeaf

    See how you can use collaboration to create tangible benefits to enterprise operations, specifically in the area of accelerating your time to market.

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