Convergence > Unified communications

OfficeMax consolidates voice and data network

13 March, 2009 by

OfficeMax, one of the world’s largest office product supply companies with a major B2B presence in the Australian market, has deployed a new unified communications network from Nortel with the intention of cutting costs, improving its environmental credentials and taking its customer service standards to the next level.


Charles Sturt signs up for unified comms

13 February, 2009 by

Charles Sturt University has signed Interactive Intelligence to deploy unified communications across the university’s multiple campuses.


Nortel files for bankruptcy, local operations unaffected

15 January, 2009

One of North America's biggest telcommunications equipment suppliers, Nortel has filed for bankruptcy but purportedly the local operations are unaffected.


Unified comms not a necessity

07 January, 2009

A new Ovum report declares that unified communications works well for some companies, but is not a must-have.


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