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UC for Dummies: A free offer

Unified Communications, or UC, is one of the latest business buzzphrases out there and according to wikipedia is “the integration of real-time communication services such as instant messaging (chat), presence information, telephony (including IP telephony), video conferencing, call control and speech recognition with non-real-time communication services such as unified messaging (integrated voicemail, e-mail, SMS and fax).”
Which is all very well, but how can you take advantage of this and make yourself more moolah? Well that’s where this free offer comes in. From the quality “For Dummies” stable, it’ll teach you how to get moving with UC and give your business the advantage over others. So just click through, sign up (it’s 100% free and they won’t get boring and ask for credit card details…it’s free free free) and get smart. Here’s the blurb:
Small Business Unified Communications For Dummies, Avaya Custom Edition

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Small Business Unified Communications For Dummies, Avaya Custom Edition

Understand the benefits of Unified Communications and how it can positively impact your small or medium business.
Small Business Unified Communications For Dummies, Avaya Custom Edition, provides non-technical readers such as small business owners and key managers an in-depth overview of UC: what it is, what capabilities it can provide, what a small business needs to do to implement it, and how it will impact your business. Read this eBook to learn:

  • What Is Unified Communications and Why Do I Need It?
  • How Will Unified Communications Help My Small Business?
  • Creating a Unified Communications Strategy.
  • How Do I Implement a Unified Communications Solution?
  • Ten Reasons to Implement Unified Communications.

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