Unified Communications and Collaboration:Pervasive Capabilities for Where and How People Work
This whitepaper describes the Unified Communications and Collaboration platform from Microsoft and how Microsoft's approach to unified communications and collaboration delivers the capabilities for people to collaborate on-demand – anywhere, anytime.
- "In today’s global business environment, business needs drive IT requirements. IT departments are constantly being asked to deliver more services to increase business efficiency—while spending less money and using fewer resources to do it. Today’s businesses require the ability to collaborate on-demand—anywhere, anytime. They need access to the right information and people at the right time and place. To make this happen, businesses need collaboration tools that give them in-context access to the appropriate communications methods from within the business applications that they already use every day.
This document describes the Unified Communications and Collaboration platform from Microsoft and how Microsoft's approach to unified communications and collaboration delivers these capabilities for businesses of all sizes. "
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