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The traditional voice to voice phone call is still respected as the one of the most effective ways to communicate in business. However, few if any businesses today evaluate new phone communications systems solely for the ability to make phone calls. Integration with email, messaging, conferencing applications, and more are requirements in phone system decisions so that users can communicate how they want, when they want, and on whichever device they want.
Even with integrations, though, if these applications all sit fundamentally on disparate servers, managing the environment can be quite difficult. An upgrade to one application means testing all points of integration with other applications, and adding just one user might mean adding the same record across multiple systems. Not IT made simple.
A hybrid communications system can simplify this environment while offering the full features of communication and collaboration. How so? With a hybrid system, you get the control and performance of an inherent onsite system while getting the flexibility, scalability, and other features from the Cloud.
Here are some of the benefits of a hybrid environment:
A hybrid system will allow you to continue to reap the benefits of your current communications investment, and open additional features for your employees to stay productive anytime, anywhere.