UCLogiq provides Organisations with 24 x 7 expert support which is provided locally by qualified engineers and backed up by Microsoft.
SKYPE FOR BUSINESS ON-PREMISE WITH HYBRID CONNECTIVITY
For those organizations that have specific integration requirements, a full on-premises deployment with shared address space connectivity into Office365 is recommended. This is the most common deployment scenario as it enables customers to utilise all of their existing on-premises features, while offloading users into the cloud as use cases are met.
TECHNOLOGY ROAD MAP PLANNING
UCLogiq will work with organisations to understand the business and its challenges, and utilise its consultant’s unified communications experience to develop a vision with a solid roadmap outlining how to achieve the vision.
UCLogiq can act as an independent unified communications trusted advisor, ensuring an organisation receives the most appropriate and cost effective advice and product from its suppliers.
UC READINESS ASSESSMENT
Poor network performance, incorrectly configured environments as well as a host of other issues can play a role in causing Skype for Business deployments to fail. UCLogiq will perform an in-depth analysis of your organisations existing IT infrastructure and create a detailed report specifying areas which need remediation before embarking on a Skype for Business Deployment.
EXISTING DEPLOYMENT HEALTH CHECK
Allows an organisation to understand the current state of their Skype for Business Environment, pin point issues causing poor performance and reliability and work with internal teams to create a clear and concise roadmap for remediation resulting in an increased user acceptance and improved technology uptake.
SKYPE FOR BUSINESS DEPLOYMENTS
The future of Skype for Business is cloud based communications, allowing organisations to reduce infrastructure costs by offloading portions of the Skype for Business workload to Office365. UCLogiq can work with organisations to determine the best model to allow integration with Office365 and existing legacy telephony environments.