What is Unified Communications?
Unified communications (UC) is a new technological architecture whereby communication tools are integrated so that both businesses and individuals can manage all their communications in one entity instead of separately. In short, unified communications bridges the gap between your phone and your computer.
The Concept of Presence
Presence represents the availability and willingness of a person to communicate. A simple example is the list of buddies you have in your instant messenger (Microsoft calls this Communicator). When they are online (meaning they are available and willing to communicate), your instant messenger gives you an indication to that effect. In the Microsoft architecture, this Presence can be seen through all of the integrated tools (Communicator, Phone, Cell Phone, Outlook, etc.) Every person in your organization can be reached with just one click.
What Unified Communications Encompasses
Through Unified Communications, all of your communications tools become unified into one seamless system.
How Can Unified Communications Be Useful?
Here are some examples of how unified communications can be useful:
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