The Latest Freedom Blogs

The Week in Review – 08-04-2016

This week has been primarily focused on priortising the needs of the end user when adopting Unified Communications. Here’s the roundup: Monday featured Prospect Connect discussing how moving their communications to the cloud with Office 365 improved customer collaboration. Tuesday demonstrated how Microsoft’s Skype for Business can enhance student engagement for your University. Wednesday provided you with SoftwareONE’s top tips for adopting Unified Communications solutions. Thursday gave you a

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Outdated and Expensive Conferencing System?

Does your organisation currently have an outdated and expensive conferencing system? With Skype for Business you can bring together all of the typically disparate ways to communicate into one platform, so employees can access and use multiple communication applications through a single interface, using any device, from any location. Skype for Business Conferencing Benefits: Never Miss a Meeting – It’s easy to meet and connect

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The Week in Review – 01-04-2016

We hope you’ve had an enjoyable Easter break. Let’s get you up to speed with this week’s news and content. Tuesday featured ‪SoftwareONE‬ discussing how they support you to make the right Microsoft licensing decisions for your Skype for Business roll out. Wednesday provided you with an IP Telephony & VOIP Case Study, leveraging investment in legacy technologies by introducing new telephony, LAN & connectivity

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Why the network should move to an “as-a-service” model

The concept of “as-a-service” has become pervasive across the IT industry, seeing businesses agree to monthly subscriptions for services as opposed to upfront, bulky capital payments. ZK Research estimates that large organisations run more than 30 different software images across the network, making ongoing management extremely challenging. Also, the wide variety of network software features are typically sold a la carte, meaning customers must determine

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The Week in Review – 24-03-2016

This week has been focused on Skype for Business, as well as the exciting launch of Freedom and Alcatel’s Network on Demand solution. On Monday we provided you with useful tips on implementing your College’s Skype for Business Deployment. Tuesday discussed Freedom and Alcatel’s Network on Demand solution, helping your organisation move from CAPEX to OPEX data networking. Wednesday provided you with a chance to learn about the potential pitfalls of Skype for

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Alcatel Lucent Enterprise and Freedom bring pay per use to the network

Last week Alcatel Lucent Enterprise announced the introduction of an industry first in the data networking world, a “Network on Demand” (NoD) service. Using a leading consumption-based business model, NoD provides you with the right capacity at the right time, lowering TCO by enabling you to only pay for what you use. As a Premium Business Partner, Freedom will deliver NoD as a managed service,

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