Messy Inbox? Unified Communication Can Help You Clean It Up
This article about Les Olson’s Unified Communication Plan is presented by Les Olson Company, Your Office Technology Partner. Get the expert technical support your business needs with Managed I.T. Services from Les Olson Company.
These days, so many people need access to data through cloud-based systems. The technology has changed and Unified Communications are pushing the possibilities of how we communicate. Unified Communications are for advanced conversations where a cloud-based phone is used through a computer. This also lets mobile phones take and receive business calls and voicemails. With Unified Communications you and the rest of your business can chat via instant messaging, video calls, and web screen sharing/webinars. And it’s all connected. On this episode of IT Security, KSL’s Alex Kirry talks with Les Olson I.T. Company’s Jon Huston about how they offer a phone platform that acts as a business phone system. But that same system lets you work through a phone app that is available anywhere, anytime.
What is Unified Communication?
It means one thing for all companies: improved workflow and productivity. What company doesn’t want that? Basically, unified communications give you the ability to be at your desk. All without actually being at your desk. That means you can access everything right at your fingertips no matter where you are.
What features can I expect?
A few of the possibilities of unified communications that can help your employees are:
- Advanced conversations from anywhere in the world
- Cloud-based phone via computer
- Mobile phone to take business calls and voicemail
- Chat/instant messaging all connected
- Video calls
- Web screen sharing
How will unified communication improve my business?
Ask any business owner, manager, or CEO about a problem their team or company faces. It is likely communication will make the shortlist to try to save money. That negatively affects team members, business partners, or even your customers.
Let’s face it, most employees are bogged down by email. Essential communications can be easily missed. Unified communication can help your team clean up those messy inboxes with quick chat messages. Or rather than typing out a long email to explain a task, the screen share feature allows showing rather than telling.
With unified communication, you can take a call while heading to the next meeting two blocks away. Then pick up where you left off because of the improved productivity and workflow. Making your employees happy, and your customers even happier.
How do I get my communication unified?
If you want to streamline your company’s internal and external communication using unified communication visit Les Olson Company for more information.
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