Throughout this series of blogs we have talked about some of the considerations that need to be made when choosing a new Unified Communications solution. What we haven’t yet discussed is how your new solution is adopted by the people who will be using it.
When thinking about this subject, I decided to research some quotes on the topic of time, i.e. time being precious, wasting time, etc. We all know that Benjamin Franklin said that ‘time is money,’ he also said that ‘lost time is never found again.’ There are many quotes on this subject and reading them got me thinking about my own time and the frustration I feel when it's wasted on things I don't value or enjoy. I am well known for trying to find the most suitably efficient way to carry out my daily tasks (my wife can vouch for this).
How long does it take you to arrive at a concrete Unified Communication Strategy? What action needs to be taken to achieve the desired results? Will the strategy be implemented in time? Will the prescribed solution meet the demands of the users? These are the questions you need to ask yourself as you determine your business’s Unified Communications Strategy.