IP User Mobility: A unified communications profile and portal, wherever you go - Sponsored Whitepaper

IP User Mobility: A unified communications profile and portal, wherever you go
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IP User Mobility—
A unified communications profile and portal, wherever you go

The ability to transfer registration of an IP phone extension among local and remote devices—with portability of all associated features, preferences and privileges—can redefine the economics and productivity benefits of your
business communications system.

Rather than wait in the office until midnight for that call to Beijing, the executive has dinner at home, then logs into his office’s phone system from a laptop equipped as an IP
“soft phone”—using the same extension and profile as the desktop IP phone at the office.

When bad weather delays outbound flights, the sales manager logs into the office phone system from a PDA and works just as productively as at his desk—and is just as easy to
reach on the office number. For all practical purposes, the airport gate is the office.

When an ad campaign stimulates call volume, the call center manager spreads the workload to additional work-at-home agents. With the temporary workers in the call distribution
scheme, the IP PBX serves 30 users, even though it is only licensed for 24 ports.

All of these scenarios are realities with IP User Mobility, a feature available with Release 5.0 and higher software for Toshiba Strata® CIX IP business communication systems.
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