Here are 10 rights that every enterprise should be
demanding from their UC management vendors.
As No Jitter posted late last month, Cisco has created a “WAN Bill of Rights” to articulate 10 principles for next-generation enterprise networking. Compiling these ideas in a single document is not only a good idea but also a repeatable one. In fact, I’ve applied the Bill of Rights concept to the area of UC management.
As any good American knows, the Bill of Rights comprises the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, giving us those inalienable privileges like freedom of speech and due process. (Granted, should Donald Trump be elected president, this could change, but for now as Americans we expect these things and almost take them for granted.) In UC management, also known as business communications operations management (BCOM), no such list of rights exists today.