I work from many different locations including my home, several Microsoft offices, and airports or hotels on the road. In years past, I relied heavily on my mobile phone, racking up phone bills ranging from $100-300 per month depending on the amount of international calls, roaming, etc. It was certainly not an ideal solution but the best one I could find given the mobile nature of my job.
As we begin 2012, I’m proud of the journey WorkSpace Communications took in 2011 – and excited about where we’re headed in the year ahead. In late 2010, we launched one of the first voice-enabled, multi-tenant Microsoft® Unified Communications service offerings. This solution complimented our existing contact center management platform to set the stage for our future growth and corresponding product and service development efforts. 2011 did not disappoint.
by Bryan DiGiorgio on November 11, 2009If you’re an executive, your job is to execute: to get things done so that your business can succeed and grow. Unified communications is a game-changer for executives because it supports true mobility – allowing you to get more done, no matter where you are. Here are two key advantages of the high level of mobility [...]
by Bryan DiGiorgio on November 3, 2009As an executive in a fast-paced industry, I’m hooked on what unified communications allows me to do. UC lets me use my time more efficiently and effectively. At home or on the road, I can always be there for important calls. I can give my clients the best possible service, and I can stay fully [...]