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Challenges Facing the Logistics Industry

In today’s customer-oriented, digitised society, the Transport & Logistics industry is under constant pressure to remain competitive, deliver high quality services to customers and adopt innovative ways to optimise their processes.

One obvious requirement for any Logistics business is the need to keep track of what is going on in real-time, making Voice over IP a very useful technology.

VoIP for Logistics delivers:

  • Access to voicemail and call-taking from the warehouse floor to call centres and business offices

  • Reduced phone service fees and charges

  • The ability to record calls; aiding supervisory staff in ensuring that customers’ needs are well supported. Voice recordings can also be consulted during the investigation of any disputes that are raised
Topics: Collaboration UC Networking Wireless New Way to Work Telephony Flexible Working Network Security

How will the Networking and Communications Sector incorporate Drones?

Drone technology has the potential to increase UK GDP by £42 billion by 2030, according to new research from PwC.

The research estimates there will be more than 76,000 drones in use across UK skies by 2030. More than a third of these could be utilised by the public sector (including in areas such as defence, health and education).

There are significant opportunities for economic gains across all sectors, but the GDP uplift generated by drones is forecast to have a considerable impact on the public sector with an increase of 2.3%, amounting to around £11.4bn. 

Topics: Collaboration Network Analytics Analytics Business Continuity Critical Network Services Networking Wireless New Way to Work Healthcare Enterprise Cloud Solutions Latest News Public Sector Flexible Working Security Network Security

Unify Releases 'Circuit', Previously Known as 'Project Ansible'

Unify Defines and Delivers a New Industry Category for the New Way to Work and Promises a Radical Shift in the Human Work Experience.

After two years of intensive study of people and work and the impact of technology on productivity, Unify today announced from WSJDLIVE, The Wall Street Journal’s inaugural technology conference, and an event with design firm frog in Munich, that it has defined and now delivered a completely new category of technology for the way people and companies will work moving forward.

Topics: Collaboration UC Unify New Way to Work Unified Communications Enterprise Cloud Solutions Latest News

Negative Attitudes Toward Mobile Working Holds Back Businesses

A quarter of UK bosses say that employees are viewed negatively by their organisation if they ask to work from home or out of the office.

The report, published by webexpenses, also found that a third of employees are worried that their boss will see them in a bad light if they ask to work remotely.

Topics: New Way to Work

BYOD Done Right

Mobility has ceased to be a feature applied exclusively to corporate environments, becoming an indispensable condition of modern life for everyone.

Today we cannot conceive of a person without access to a smartphone, a tablet, and similar devices, which have emerged not only as status symbols, but as productivity tools with growing presence in business circles. As a result, a new trend has appeared in corporate communications technology, known as “Bring Your Own Device” or BYOD, which is nothing more than granting access to corporate resources to a company’s employees and guest or external users, which involves a strategy to prevent security threats to data, which is any organization’s most valuable asset.

Topics: New Way to Work