Unified Communication and Collaboration Trends for 2013
Shoretel reported some very interesting facts on their blog about unified communication and collaboration trends they see as prevailing throughout 2013. As a business owner, you will definitely recognize these scenarios. We encourage you to read through and contact Trinity Video today so we can discuss how we can help you navigate through the future.
Shipments of mobile devices grew nearly 10 percent over last year. More and more workers are using mobile devices for productivity reasons. Trinity’s unified communications products connect your people with your information. Contact us for a consultation on how best to leverage mobile devices in your organization.
BYOD – Bring Your Own Device
Devices aren’t limited to smartphones. Your employees may want to use tablets and netbooks for both business and personal use. This development brings security concerns that must be addressed. A Trinity Video Communications solutions expert can help architect a secure system that works for your business.
What is work?
The next generation of employees expect their work to be more of an activity – not a place. It’s important for these folks to have an interactive and collaborative environment that integrates the social and mobile aspects of their life. Trinity can help you facilitate this transition to a more interactive work place that integrates technology and collaboration.
It’s Getting “Cloudy”
Running your own datacenter is expensive and companies are looking to shift some of the burden to managed services. Nearly half of small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are using some type of cloud service like web hosting or email. All social media services are “in the cloud” and will impact how you interact, support, and communicate with your customers.
Trinity’s videoconferencing systems can be designed to fit your business process at a reasonable expense. We have both secure and non-secure videoconferencing systems. We can work with you to ensure that your employees and customers have easy, interactive access.