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UC Transition to the Cloud: Acing the Delivery

You've decided to transition your unified communications to cloud; you've taken all the recommended planning steps to ensure you have your ducks in a row for the delivery and now it's time to press the “Go” button, so what happens now? This blog identifies the roll out steps you should follow to have a successful implementation phase of your UC transition to the cloud journey.

Microsoft's Cloud-Based PSTN Contender

The transition to Microsoft Office 365 E5 means that you'll be able to have true enterprise voice delivered through the cloud. This includes the ability to dial in and out through the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network). You'll be able to use your smartphone or desk phone in your enterprise to call right into a conference.

3 Factors Slowing Cloud Communications Adoption

Cloud communication isn't a new concept. Companies like Vonage and 8x8 have been successfully delivering cloud-based communication for over 20 years. With that being the case, why is Microsoft just starting to deliver enterprise cloud-delivered PSTN connectivity now? If you didn't know any better, you'd get the impression the technology isn't quite ready for primetime.