Unified Communications & Telephony
The ways in which people work and communicate today continue to be redefined with each new advance in technology. So as the “Information Age” transitions into the “Participation Age” (wikis, social media sites, IM, video portals, blogs, podcasts) organizations need to encourage and enable new ways to collaborate, but still maintain strong security measures, structure important data, and stay within accepted business practices.
And with telephony technology having moved squarely into the realm of IT, it’s crucial that administrators provide employees with integrated, available, comprehensive communication services no matter the location, application, or device.
GreenPages’ Strategic Unified Communication & Telephony Solutions Include:
- VOIP & IP Communications
- Mobile Applications
- Enterprise Social Software
GreenPages Helps Vermont Law School Rebuild Infrastructure after Hurricane Irene
Duncan Sutherland, CTO, Vermont Law School
After Hurricane Irene struck the U.S. east coast in 2011, Vermont Law School CTO Duncan Sutherland used GreenPages to help successfully rebuild and virtualize the school’s IT infrastructure. Since then, Duncan has enlisted GreenPages to assist with multiple other technology initiatives, including managed services, telephony, and MS SharePoint projects.
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