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Unify set to showcase Project Ansible for first time in UK

Unify have announced that they will be showcasing their revolutionary new enterprise communications solution, codenamed Project Ansible, during March's Connected Business Expo at Olympia, London.

Developed in collaboration with Frog after extensive industry and customer research, Project Ansible is a next-generation communications and collaboration platform that will reshape the way businesses and their employees interact, communicate and collaborate. The platform pulls together and manages the daily flow of communications into rich and meaningful conversations by aggregating communications across virtually any channel into a single-pane-of-glass user experience, consistent across virtually any device. 

With a unique, consumer technology-like interface, Project Ansible encourages adoption and brings joy of work to users. The new platform also seamlessly integrates into enterprise business processes and existing solutions, including Unify’s award-winning OpenScape portfolio as well as corporate telephony solutions from other vendors like Cisco and Avaya, providing opportunity for enhanced business operations.

The platform’s first version will support four communication channels simultaneously - voice, video, text and remote screen sharing, and will enable users to move multichannel conversations intact from device to device using a simple gesture or “call swipe”.

Topics: Unify

A video introduction to Asigra's Recovery License Model (RLM)

One of the main goals that Asigra strived for when it introduced its innovative Recovery License Model (RLM) for enterprise backup and recovery was to ensure that the new pricing structure was fair.

If you look at the current industry model, charging a flat rate for both backup and recovery, you notice that in its essence, it isn't fair. Why should you have to pay the same amount if you recover less data than your competitor? Why are you subsidising another organisation who has bad data protection practices and experiences multiple data loss events each year? If you recovery less, shouldn't you pay less?

Topics: Asigra

Planning for 802.11ac

802.11ac, the latest wireless standard, promises more bandwidth for wireless users with speeds of up to 1 Gigabit per second. If you're planning a WLAN upgrade, here's what you need to know.

As the latest wireless standard, 802.11ac, is expected to be ratified by the IEEE in the next few months, it is an inevitable force in the world of wireless. The standard promises more bandwidth for wireless users, and as support in user devices is expected to increase over the next year, more network admins are now considering when and how to make the migration.

Topics: Wireless