Author : Tricia Stream

Focus on the Practice of Law, Not Your Phones

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Communications are central to the success of every law firm. In a profession that depends on swift, accurate information, a missed message can mean mistakes, delays, or worse. But with the right business phone system, operations become streamlined, raising firm productivity and saving both time and money. A typical office phone system will not meet […]

ShoreTel’s Director of Channel Marketing Calls Out ShoreTel Partners to Participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

In response to a challenge from Moss Telecom, ShoreTel’s director of channel marketing, Michael Quince, participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge that’s abuzz in support of ALS research.  In addition to the frozen dunking, Quince challenges all ShoreTel Partners to participate and donate money to ALS or to the charity of their choosing.

Going on a Work-ation?

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Swim. Email. Lunch with kids. Telecon. Mini golf. Return calls. Nap. Dinner and dancing. Rinse. Repeat. Do you have a last minute summer vacation on your calendar? Let’s hope so! As summer winds down and we head into that final stretch of lazy summer days before back to school…oh who are we kidding. More and […]

ShoreTel Mobility 8 Addendum

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

We hope all our premises-based customers are enjoying the new features provided with ShoreTel Mobility 8 release. However, in all the downloadable excitement, we want to clarify one important point. Two new  features including enterprise video conferencing and integration with ShoreTel Communicator are currently only available for our existing and new on-premises customers.

ShoreTel Mobility 8 Ready for Primetime Viewing

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

“The greatest benefit of ShoreTel Mobility is that it enables people to work from anywhere as if they’re sitting in the office. Mobility gives our road warriors, especially those working globally, the freedom to communicate at any time while also reducing our IT costs. With the Virtual Mobility Router, we can now deploy new software […]

GigaOm Structure conference focuses on cloud and security

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Yesterday and today ShoreTel has been hanging out at the GigaOm Structure Conference in San Francisco. This is GigaOm’s largest conference to date and billed as conversations around the annual state of the cloud. (Its popularity was proven by the standing room only situation in the main presentation hall, despite the Spain vs. Chile World […]

Communications Continuity a Key Theme at Apple WWDC

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Monday morning kicked off the week with many huddled around their computer to take in Apple’s 25th Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) – watching the live streaming with rapt attention toward what software updates would be announced. ShoreTel has long been aware that businesses are shifting to a world where hardware isn’t as relevant (although Apple […]

Which deployment model is right for you? A look at virtualized, hosted and cloud

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Companies are increasingly considering centralized deployment of their SIP-trunking and UC resources into a private cloud or data center to maximize their return on investment in computing and virtual infrastructure resources. Many legacy systems were built with the premise that dedicated servers would always host and run software and associated workloads. But just because communication […]

The Evolution Continues – Cloud Communication

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Once upon a time all enterprises used circuit-switched telephone networks with local operators manually switching cables to connect to inter-office numbers. As technology continued its march forward, businesses established the standard of deploying telephony systems via software installed on hardware appliances within company closets. The information superhighway heyday brought forth the ability to connect across […]

An Inside Look at the Enterprise Connect RFP Panel

By: Tricia Stream, Content Marketing Manager Google+ icon for profile link

Last week I had the opportunity to speak at the Enterprise Connect tradeshow. Each year there is a panel discussing the requests for proposals for a mock IP telephony and unified communications client. The 2014 RPF session at Enterprise Connect was the fourth iteration of this particular panel, as moderated by Dave Stein, principal at […]

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