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How To Avoid Major Issues With Your Unified Communications Deployment

on June 25, 2014

The idea of an updated communications solution for your business is exciting. This is especially true if it has been a while since the last one.  Having said that, anyone that has been through a large technology implementation knows that the process is rarely as exciting as the outcome, and anyone who has been through a bad technology implementation knows that sometimes even the outcome can be sorely disappointing.

The idea of an updated communications solution for your business is exciting. This is especially true if it has been a while since the last one.  Having said that, anyone that has been through a large technology implementation knows that the process is rarely as exciting as the outcome, and anyone who has been through a bad technology implementation knows that sometimes even the outcome can be sorely disappointing.

In any case, often times the key to a great project is great planning. While it is nearly impossible to be perfect in planning for technology implementations, the more time you spend upfront, often times the better the results.

Unified Communications Deployment

When it comes to Unified Communications, there are other factors that need to be considered. Having a keen understanding of how your employees behave for instance will provide some sound insight and guidance in determining the right solution and proper configuration.

There are some other important factors to consider when trying to avoid a messy unified communications installation. In this article featured on Network Computing there are a handful of great tips for avoiding a Unified Communications project disaster, many of which we agree with based on our own experience.

At HB Communication we work side by side with our clients to make sure their projects are well planned so that projects go as smoothly as possible. Connect with us to learn more about how we can help your business or organization utilize the best technologies to drive meaningful productivity improvement.