Verizon Explains What Unified Communications and Collaboration Is

February 8, 2012
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    In lieu of Verizon Wireless’ Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC), a video has been released by the company. This video describes how UCC will simplify each user’s work experience, as well as prepare them for a future which is more secure.

    While watching the clip, it is still hard to tell if there’s anything new we will be seeing from Verizon. From the looks of it, Big Red only seemed to term wireless unity as ‘UCC.’

    Prior to Verizon’s UCC, other platforms have already made its features available—including cloud based computing and storage, email, chat, and video conferencing. But compared to Verizon, other carriers did not make up a term for it. However, they still offer similar, if not the same, services that UCC does. The only edge Verizon has over others is that they have a 4G LTE connection.

    Thanks to this LTE network, Verizon gets to do things faster and more efficiently. This is what keeps its customers pleased. But with a little research, you can also find other carriers who are capable of this efficiency.

    Don’t you agree?

     

    What network are you using? And why did you choose it?

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    • http://www.ucstrategies.com/ Arthur Rosenberg

      Pretty superficial! No mention of business BYOD support with “dual persona” software clients.

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