Unified Communications: 6 Hot Careers

We staff numerous positions in the Unified Communications industry.  “The ways in which we communicate, such as voice, video, instant messaging, fax, email, data files, etc., continues to converge into single, centrally-managed platforms. That means convenience for us as end-users in leveraging these platforms in our day-to-day personal and business communications. But this convergence also adds complexity to building, deploying and maintaining these magnificent unified communications solutions. This is why the unified communications space is ideal for those interested in technology careers to consider. In addition, the Unified Communication industry is already huge and forecast to get even bigger.” https://getvoip.com/blog/2015/09/14/careers-in-voip/

What do you think about the new Avaya IP Office “One App for Unified Communications” ?  Do you think it really helps businesses drive greater productivity?

Check out these top careers:
Operations Manager
Network Engineer/Systems Engineer
Cisco Certified Network Professionals
Test Automation Engineer/QA
VoIP/Voice Engineer

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According to Wikipedia, “Unified communications is a business and marketing concept describing the integration of enterprise communication services such as instant messaging, presence information, voice, mobility features, audio, web & video conferencing, fixed-mobile convergence, desktop sharing, data sharing, call control and speech recognition with non-real-time communication services such as unified messaging. UC is not necessarily a single product, but a set of products that provides a consistent unified user interface and user experience across multiple devices and media types.  Skype for Business, Microsoft 0365, The ability to easily communicate seamlessly via a wide range of integrated components would arguably better facilitate all types of communication. This “business process” approach to integrating UC functionality can result in bottom line benefits that are an order of magnitude greater than those achievable by personal productivity methods alone.”