Companies looking for an approachable, affordable, and reliable upgrade to business processes are turning to unified communications (UC) to improve their information systems. UC is cheaper than ever to deploy, and its simplicity attracts business leaders formerly reluctant to adopt new technologies.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology has vastly improved team collaboration. VoIP systems, however, are not immune to a variety of cyberattacks. And because VoIP-based threats are not as well-known as ransomware, phishing mail, and other more recognizable attacks, organizations tend to be lax toward securing their communications systems.
There is such a premium on real-time business information nowadays that it’s inconceivable that some companies still patiently work with outdated communications systems. Good thing unified communications is now available for enterprises that need to take the leap.
Relying solely on your phone for business communication made perfect sense decades ago. But if you carried that over today, your business would fail. This is because business communications now must include mobility, instant messages, and video conferencing.