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Social collaboration with scalable tools

Never before has networked collaboration been so effective. Video conferencing systems, VoIP, and messaging professionalize social collaboration in virtual teams

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Mobile work and networked cooperation have become a matter of course for many employees. Mobile workplaces are essential for employees of internal and external teams – whether national or international – and travelers who work independent of location, for example from their home office. However, successful social collaboration only works with the appropriate tools. T-Systems’ Unified Communication and Collaboration (UCC) solution enables access to all communication channels: video conferencing systems, VoIP telephony, and messaging are securely and scalably integrated via private or public cloud.

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Mobile teamwork: flexible, scalable, and secure

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Webcam, headset, and of course a browser as a springboard to the internet: further ingredients are no longer necessary for successful collaboration in virtual teams. T-Systems’ Unified Communication and Collaboration (UCC) solution brings together all communication channels – whether telephony, video, messaging, or file sharing – and provides the necessary software and hardware via the cloud. 

The cross-location corporate communication from the cloud is also impressive in terms of security. Users of the T-Systems solution benefit from security measures for data centers, networks, and applications. Ultimately, dynamic communication and collaboration services provide the flexibility and economics required to immediately increase business efficiency and productivity.

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