By now, the benefits of cloud-based unified communications (UC) are indisputable. The business transformation made possible by migrating to a fully-featured solutions provider can help you connect your employees and customers, control operating costs, drive productivity and streamline your business processes.
Thanks to both ongoing trends and the recent pandemic, the case for cloud-based unified communications has never been stronger. Mobile employees who are working more from home need to be able to conduct business equally from their office desk and their living room couch, while IoT devices throughout the enterprise require constant, reliable connectivity to share data and drive operations.
But that doesn’t mean you have time for the disruption that can occur when transitioning from a legacy on-premises system to a cloud communications platform, especially when you’re migrating a business-critical system that the organization depends on to work reliably. Adopting a poorly designed and implemented cloud solution can lead to compromised enterprise communications that will have a far-reaching impact on your internal staff, your operations, and your customers. Getting your migration right the first time is vital.