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Avaya, HP Join Forces In UC-as-a-Service Arena

Avaya and Hewlett-Packard have inked a new five-year agreement through which HP will offer Avaya’s hosted unified communications (UC) and contact center (CC) offerings as part of its HP Helion cloud services suite. 603 more words

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QUESTION 61
You are installing a 4 port expansion card into an IP500 to support eight DS 30 and two Phone 30 modules. What is the correct cabling scheme to connect the expansion modules to the TDM expansion ports? 908 more words

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Avaya and HP to Deliver Expanded Communications Services to the Enterprise

New Delhi, India, August 26, 2014: Avaya and HP Enterprise Services (ES) today announced a multi-year agreement to offer cloud-based unified communications and contact center technology, and management solutions for enterprises. 10 more words

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QUESTION 51
Which three choices must be verified as part of a site survey? (Choose three.)

A. infrastructure, cabling, and environmental
B. existing call volumes, service providers, and costs… 899 more words

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QUESTION 41
A customer purchasing an IP500v2 with VoiceMail Pro requires that their sales force have the ability to check their voicemail from both Outlook as well as a secondary email address to ensure they will not miss any messages while on the road making sales calls. 899 more words

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QUESTION 31
Which feature on the IP Office allows the VoiceMail Pro to announce the name of a user in a mailbox without the user having to record their name? 1,204 more words

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Infonetics: PBX and UC Services a $12 Billion Market by 2018

The private branch exchange (PBX) and unified communications (UC) services market is expected to reach $12 billion by 2018, according to a survey on VoIP and UC services from market research firm Infonetics Research. 392 more words