Software That Enables Communication And Collaboration on a Grand Scale
The Internet/Network is one of the most important tools to run business. As it helps us get be touch with advanced technology which ease day to day activity and helps to boost the productivity. But if not managed properly, it brings us threat as well. Therefore, Subisu has been delivering Managed Service. With Managed Service, we integrate required router, switches, firewall and other devices as needed so that you can focus on your core business rather than connectivity issues.
Benefits to Highlights
- Increase employee productivity:
This is where UC has the greatest impact, since all employees use communications applications. For internal communication, presence is the key catalyst, since it enables employees to see the status of co-workers in real time. Status can include information such as their location, whether they're on a call and whether or not they're able to communicate at any given time. Not only does this technology cut down on wasted time, but by knowing which modes and team members are available, employees can choose the best form of communication for the task at hand.
Unified communications benefits employees by empowering them to work effectively from the corporate office or a remote location, which is a key driver for personal productivity in the mobile and remote workforce we now operate in. For most employees, the desk is just one of many locations where work gets done, and UC is built around where the end user is, rather than where the desk phone is.
- Foster team collaboration
Outside solo work, employees also work in teams, and in these settings, the need for effective communication is even more important. With today's geographically dispersed workforces and decentralized operations, teams rarely meet in person all at once. Team chat and file sharing applications enable employees to communicate effectively between teams that operate in different locations and time zones.
- Improve existing processes
It enables companies to use communications tools concurrently and interchangeably, creating multichannel sessions so employees can collaborate more effectively. Furthermore, it delivers consistent UX, meaning employees can work the same way, regardless of the endpoint, OS, location or network used to access the platform.
- Reduce costs
There are cost savings that come with deploying a UC platform that can provide measurable benefits to organizations.
First is consolidating overlapping communications services. Businesses spend a lot of money on various conferencing services, and ROI is often disappointing because of the high cost and poor UX. Deploying a single platform for communications enables organizations to consolidate multiple services that IT -- or end users themselves -- may have deployed, cutting down on ongoing subscription fees.
- Connect remote employees:
For disparate team members to collaborate effectively, they need a consistent set of tools and applications. Remote workers use a variety of endpoints across a variety of settings, but with UC, they will have the same UX as in the office, making it much easier to collaborate, regardless of location.
- Strengthen IT security :
IT security is a core strength of UC, since it natively integrates all the applications into a unified platform. Since all the applications interwork with each other, communications are more seamless as the platform doesn't need to authenticate each incidence of usage. Along the same lines, UC integration makes it easier for IT to apply a standard set of security policies across all communications applications. Tasks like security patches or compliance updates are also less complex to manage than if each application had its own set of protocols and parameters that required separate attention.