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October 22, 2016
Lync Migration Week in Review: Mitel, NuWave, ePlus & More
By Alicia Young
Welcome back to the Week in Review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines in Lync Migration this week.
The week started off with exciting news for Numonix—the company’s RECITE recording solution has just received Skype (News - Alert) for Business certification. Numonix is a Microsoft Partner, and it was one of the first companies to introduce an interaction recording solution for Skype for Business. TMC’s (News - Alert) Michael Guta writes, “This capability made it possible to record without compatibility issues for virtually every cloud and on premises business communication platform and interface available today in the marketplace.” Clearly, it has made a big difference, and is now being recognized for its contribution. You can find out more about the revolutionary RECITE HERE.
NuWave Communications, which just announced the expansion of its enterprise services with a hosted Microsoft (News - Alert) Skype for Business cloud communication and collaboration offering, is determined to make sure the service is completely secure. To make sure the services are as safe as possible, the company has selected Sonus and its line of SBC 7000 Session Border Controller (SBC) and PSX Centralized Policy and Routing Engine. There are a lot of security options out there, but NuWave claims the decision to go with Sonus was simple. Find out why HERE.
In other news, Casey Houser covered the news that ePlus has released its new Cloud Aggregated Services as a suite of tools that can help businesses assess their needs before choosing a cloud model. Making the decision to move to the cloud is already a big decision—trying to figure out which cloud model to choose can be even more difficult. According to the company, the service can also help transitioning businesses begin the migration to hosted infrastructure and storage, complete with installation and setup of office and communications services. It looks like there are a lot of benefits to choosing ePlus to help with the transition to the cloud—you can read all about them HERE.
Speaking of the cloud, you may have noticed over the past few years that barriers to international communications are becoming fewer. It no longer matters where you live—someone across the globe can access solutions available in the U.S. This is because service providers are beginning to deploy cloud technology so that their customers can access the solutions they provide from anywhere. The next step in this process is coming from Mitel (News - Alert), with its new World Cloud platform. Mitel is looking to give multinational businesses a solution that streamlines the management of cloud communications while at the same time lowering backend complexities. Find out more about this solution HERE.
While some exciting news has been highlighted here, that’s certainly not all that went on this week. Be sure to head to Lync Migration for all the updates, and come back next week for the latest insights. Have a great weekend!
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