For businesses and organizations of all sizes, people are their most important asset. How they work together, communicate, and collaborate is the primary driver of success. Utilizing the right unified communication technology can create an environment that enhances the way a business is run and produces a more productive and collaborative operation. Choosing the right unified communication platform for any new business can be a challenge: deciding what you need and what features are most important can help narrow down the decision and create a customized solution for your deployment. In this blog post we will cover the main backend choices you have when creating a unified communication solution, and how Grandstream’s UCM series can fit into your deployment scenario.
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Get your mini-eSBC up and running with this six-minute tutorial. Cloud-powered and feature-packed, the SN500 is the world’s smallest and lowest-cost enterprise session border controller. This video quick start guide tells all you need to know to get your new SmartNode all set up—including . . . [embedded content] Four things you need to get started: Internet Access Ethernet Cable Pinhole Tool (pick your fave) Connected computer Six steps to onboarding your SmartNode Watch the video to learn what they are. . . Three options to configure your device using the Patton Cloud: Patton Provisioning Service (download the config to your SN500) Patton’s Web Wizard External (third-party) configuration server After you choose the best configuration option for your network environment, you can check the video for that too! Here they are . . . [embedded content] [embedded content] [embedded content] What do you think? Did we answer all your questions? What sort of application are you implementing with your SN500? Add your thoughts in the comments below… Glendon is responsible for creating corporate marketing and technical content including press releases, web copy, white papers, case studies, educational and tutorial pieces as well as other publications. He serves as editor in chief for Patton's email newsletter and other outbound communications. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from UMUC and a Bachelor of Music in percussion performance from UMCP. Mr. Flowers is a single father with three adult daughters: Lauren, Hannah & Sarah (twins). He plays guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and percussion and enjoys composing and arranging music and songs.