HR is a complex machine, combining recruitment, retention, advice and support, then delivering those benefits to other business units across the company. And today, it faces many challenges. These can stem from issues such as changing legalities across countries to the current pressures on getting the right people in the right place.
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At the height of the pandemic, virtual events were the only way to go. Conferences, summits, and even family dinners all happened online — with people increasingly suffering from “Zoom fatigue” after long hours staring at screens. Now that most travel restrictions have lifted and social events are back in full swing, does that mean webinars (both live and recorded webinars), and other virtual business events, are in their death throes?
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Vendors are dropping like flies. Many, including legacy PBX manufacturers, have survived this long through partnerships and M&As, but Panasonic’s slow exit and Avaya’s multiple profit warnings are signs that their tacked-on cloud strategy may be too little too late.
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Of all the changes to hit the telephony industry, among the biggest is the role of the installer. With UC&C and the shift to digital frontiers, a service provider can no longer be simply someone who plugs in products as they are. Rather, as telephony has joined the greater field of IT, a telephony installer has become closer to a tech developer.
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It’s a season of frights — of ghouls, goblins and things that go bump in the dark — but for those in the tech sector, certain monsters exist the entire year round.
Yes, certainly there are the common gremlins that keep techies awake at night, and these too are important for anyone in the UCaaS business to know. Ask any IT expert, and they’ll eagerly regale you with bone-chilling tales of glitch-causing ghosts in their machines or of invisible, unspeakable creatures tangling carefully laid cabling.
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