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Four Benefits of Using One UCC Vendor
 
The 7 Benefits of Scaling Agile
 
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Why ECM Doesn't Cut it Anymore
 
 
 
 
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Four Benefits of Using One UCC Vendor
 

Enterprises today rely on a wide set of technologies to empower employee collaboration. Tools like video conferencing, VoIP phone systems and room solutions are essential to how teams communicate and collaborate on a global scale. But these tech stacks of business communication tools often consist of many disparate vendors and tools, which add complexity.

The Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC) model is quickly emerging as an easy way to help businesses address continually evolving workplace environments and demands by working with one vendor. Here are four benefits to partnering with one UCC vendor for your collaboration needs.

 
 
 
 
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The 7 Benefits of Scaling Agile
 

Organizations today understand the need for greater agility across the enterprise, reaping the benefits of faster time to market, and fostering the innovation needed to stay ahead of the competition. The benefits gained from increasing enterprise agility across the organization directly correlates to opportunities for better market share, position, and dominance. To realize these benefits and create true differentiation and competitive advantage, organizations must begin to understand, adapt, and scale Agile beyond software development and IT to the rest of the business. Lean and Agile practices are a proven approach to achieving greater business agility.

 

For organizations piloting pockets of Agile or exploring Lean-Agile principles, this guide will help you understand the benefits of scaling Agile and how to implement it across your organization.

 
 
 
 
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Definitive Guide to Public Cloud Security Across AWS, Azure, and GCP
 
With the shift from on-premise data centers to the public cloud, identity & data access is now a shared responsibility between cloud providers, security pros, and cloud teams.

AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform all have pros and cons to their approach to security. Understanding them all, and orchestrating security posture between them, is critical for any modern deployment. We compared them all and built a list of recommendations for deploying security measures on each cloud provider.
 
 
 
 
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Why ECM Doesn't Cut it Anymore
 

As organizations race toward digital transformation, they’re still using a patchwork of legacy ECM systems and basic file-sharing tools. These systems can't keep up with the way business works today — and they can't deliver the security, governance and compliance you need.


That's why the enterprise content management market is undergoing a major shift. Tune in to hear featured Gartner analyst Michael Woodbridge and Box Chief Product Officer Jeetu Patel talk about the changing world of ECM.

You'll learn:

  • What new capabilities are table stakes — and which will you need as you grow
  • What to look for in content services technology
  • Success stories from customers who have modernized their content strategy

This video is essential for any business grappling with modernizing processes and making content readily available, while also keeping it secure.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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