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Tech Panel The idea of ‘unifying’ corporate communications has been around for ages but it’s hard to get under the skin of something which has often been talked about as a single lump or dismissed as just ‘IP telephony’ or ‘IM’.

Fortunately, a combination of Reg Reader tenacity and downright nosiness from the Freeeform Dynamics gang has meant we’ve been able to really go to town on this topic: we’ve pulled it apart, worked out what makes it tick and wrapped it all up into a sensible and practical report for your reading pleasure.

Whether you are thinking about communications initiatives for 2010, looking to get a project underway, in need of inspiration to justify a business case, or just wondering if there is anything compelling about this unified comms thing in the real world, then please step this way.

Download our brand new report for the skinny on optimising communications for collaboration and within business processes, why short fat pilots are better than long thing ones and lots more besides. Big thanks to all the Reg readers who took part in the research. Get it right here. ®

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