Tone Software to Tackle Lync UC Integration in Upcoming Webinar
September 19, 2013
By Rory Lidstone
, TMCnet Contributing Writer
It’s possible you’ve heard of Tone Software (News - Alert) already but if not, here’s a quick rundown: A global provider of comprehensive VoIP, unified communications and network management solutions for telecommunications and IT infrastructures, Tone is probably best known for its ReliaTel VoIP monitoring solution.
Put simply, ReliaTel addresses problems that can affect VoIP quality. Since Tone Software has established partnerships with leading unified communications solutions vendors like Avaya, Cisco (News - Alert) and Microsoft, ReliaTel’s VoIP diagnostics capabilities can be used with popular UC platforms such as Avaya CM, Cisco UCM, and Lync.
In other words, you can safely take Tone’s word when it comes to unified communications. In fact, if you do want to hear more on the subject of UC, specifically in relation to Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync, you should be pleased to learn the company has a webinar coming up titled “Taming the Collaboration Beast: 5 Key Strategies to Manage Lync Enabled UC Ecosystems.”
Scheduled for Tuesday, October 22 at 2 p.m. EDT (11 a.m. PDT), this webinar will tackle common problems encountered in the UC adoption process, such as how to integrate UC technologies like Lync into existing communications infrastructure, while ensuring the availability of both traditional voice and UC collaboration services.
Indeed, hosts Paul Wiggins, director of Convergence (News - Alert) Technologies, and Colette Kovacs, UC Solutions engineer, will get into the nitty-gritty of how to overcome the complexity and chaos that can ensue when integrating UC technologies, including the critical steps necessary to ensure optimal quality and performance. Together, Wiggins and Kovacs boast over 27 years of related VoIP, UC and telecommunications experience, so it’s safe to assume they’ll do a thorough job.
This webinar is highly recommended for CIOs, directors and IT managers in charge of delivering communications services; telecom managers, voice network managers and UC managers that build and support UC networks and infrastructures; and managed service providers looking to deliver UC solutions to their clients cost effectively. If you’re one or more of the above, or if this topic is of any interest to you, check out the registration page.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson