Who would have thought, more than 20 years past the launch of Unified Communications, our industry would still be just about as un-unified as possible. There are manufacturers/providers who believe all systems must meet their specific specifications to interoperate. There are those that believe producing natively interoperable solutions is a better direction. There are those who believe that the future of collaboration is a form-fitting PC or Mac with peripherals, and there are those who believe appliances are safer and easier to scale and support. This session from The IMCCA’s Collaboration Week New York, presented by Dr. S. Ann Earon, explores in detail the pros and cons of the various entrenched camps in our industry.
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