Unified Communications Week in Review: Creston, Avaya, nexVortex & More
January 19, 2019
The cloud era is upon us, and the dawn of a new day has arrived. Technology is in the midst of a major transformation as a result of cloud computing, and one area most notably grabbing attention is the unified communications space. So, with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look back at the week that was in unified communications news: Time for the Week in Review!
Creston announced it is now shipping the complete portfolio of Creston Flex Unified Communications (News - Alert) solutions, spanning support for Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business as well as Zoom Rooms software. Complete coverage is HERE.
Avaya (News - Alert) aims to improve the desktop experience with a number of new additions to its portfolio. These include headsets, expanded feature support as well as the general availability of Device Enrollment Service 2.0 and improvements to the Essential Experience J100 Series. All the details are HERE.
With all the disruptive technologies the communications space is seeing, it’s no surprise that there is an unprecedented number of startup companies leveraging new technologies to innovate. And while that’s creating many opportunities for new companies, those disruptive technologies are also allowing major vendors to also innovate and bring new capabilities to their customers as they move into a new world of business engagement – The Future of Work. Jon Alperin, Director of A.I.Connect, DevConnect (News - Alert), & DevConnect Marketplace for Avaya, will be speaking at The Future of Work Expo in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and was kind enough to share some of his thoughts on what the Future of Work looks like and, more importantly, what it means for businesses who are embracing modern, innovative technologies. The full interview is HERE.
NexVortex announced a freshly signed master agent agreement with Converged Network Services Group (CNSG). The pairing puts Exceptional SIP Trunking and hosted voice services in the hands of the network services and consulting company. Everything you need to know is HERE.
Come back early and often for your fill of all things Unified Communications. See you next week!
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