Just been reading this post on UCExpo blog (penned by editor Guy Clapperton) and thought I’d re-share it here as I’ve been thinking quite a lot about the whole Unified Communications and Collaboration piece, and for me there is still too much uncertainty over what exactly is meant, and that is the point – there is no real universally accepted definition of what you get with UC – in fact I am writing a blog about this as we speak, so watch this space.
I’ve highlighted this piece from the article as I thought it a good summary, so here it is:
“UC and what it means isn’t completely set. Three years ago including ‘social’ in it would have seemed a little avant garde, now it’s becoming mainstream. Procurement patterns are not settled either – hopefully this weeks posts will offer some insights into what different organisations are doing.”
via Graham Bunting’s blog at Ecademy http://www.ecademy.com/node.php?id=177696