For IT departments across the globe, enabling a remote workforce has become top priority as more businesses shift operational models to accommodate social distancing and more broadly, business continuity in times of crisis. For many, deploying cloud-based meetings and collaboration tools has served as a critical first step along their rapid path toward digital transformation.
Working from Home is More than Just Meetings
As organizations evaluate the tools and resources needed to thrive under a work from home model, an integrated Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) voice solution can deliver benefits ranging from collaboration and mobility to innovation, agility and savings.
To provide our customers with a more robust work from home solution, Intrado is offering a free three-month trial of select Cisco® and Microsoft® UCaaS voice services. These offers apply to both new and existing customers to help support their rapidly evolving remote work needs.
Intrado UCaaS Solutions for Remote Work
Cisco and Microsoft work from home UCaaS solutions, delivered by Intrado feature:
- Calling, including video calls on a softphone and/or desk phone/headset and support for various devices
- 1:1 and group messaging within and outside of the organization (customers, partners, etc.)
- Sharing – files and desktop
- Desktop and mobile support
- Rapid Implementation
MaxxConnect for Microsoft Teams
A complete cloud-based direct routing voice solution, MaxxConnect for Microsoft Teams is delivered over either an MPLS network or the internet. The tool helps to drive productivity, bringing together collaboration and voice to support a modern workplace experience outside of the office’s four walls.
VoiceMaxx Cloud Calling
VoiceMaxx Cloud Calling, combines an enterprise-grade business phone service with Cisco Webex Teams™. Hosted by Cisco and powered by Intrado’s MaxxConnect SIP trunking service. VoiceMaxx Cloud Calling ignites powerful collaboration that keeps your teams connected even when they aren’t in the office.
April 2, 2020
By Julie Kent-Ransom