Unify Makes Key Updates to OpenScape

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Unify has announced general availability of the latest version of OpenScape Enterprise. Key updates to OpenScape UC and OpenScape Voice include an intuitive user interface, with security and reliability improvements to ensure today’s “Anywhere Workers” can easily collaborate to solve problems and achieve results.

“Today’s workers want technology that enables them to easily communicate with teams,” said Peter Kürpick, executive vice president of Products at Unify. “The latest enhancements to our OpenScape Enterprise portfolio meet these needs, head on. With its intuitive user interface and enhanced security, and reliability, the solution raises the bar for technology that enables teams to stay connected and collaborate seamlessly.”

“The redesigned user interface and new capabilities in the latest version of OpenScape Enterprise enhance the collaboration experience and have helped streamline our internal systems,” said Frederic Burger, competence group leader of engineering, Swisscom Communication Business. “We’re using the solution for our live demo that our presale and engineering teams use to show our products. We expect our customers will be very excited about this new interface once they see it.”

OpenScape Unified Communications (UC)

Recognizing the need for teams and users to better collaborate and engage, the latest version of OpenScape UC includes a redesigned user interface to enhance the user experience and improve productivity. Leveraging the design principles used for Project Ansible —Unify’s upcoming real-time collaboration platform—OpenScape UC is workflow- and collaboration-oriented to provide a more productive experience. The solution brings virtual teams together with rich federated presence, mobility, one number service, application plug-ins, and audio/web/desktop video conferencing capabilities. To further support mobile Anywhere Workers, OpenScape UC is now available for Android tablets and the iPad, as well as iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windows smartphones.

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