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White paper: Plan for a unified communications roll-out with Plantronics

The white paper outlines three stages of UC audio deployments: plan, deploy and adopt
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Planning for UC Audio Devices, a new white paper by Plantronics, has been added to NewBay Connect. The white paper examines the audio aspect of a unified communications (UC) roll-out, advising how to organise a "thoughtfully considered plan that includes user input", which will "will make the overall roll-out run smoothly and increase user adoption".

The white paper outlines three stages of UC audio deployments: plan, deploy and adopt. For each stage, Plantronics has compiled FAQs and supporting checklists to help the reader through the entire process.

NewBay Connect, launched in August, is a digital resource library for the pro audio, broadcast and pro AV sectors. Free and easy to use, it provides visitors with a wide range of valuable information and research, including white papers, analyst reports, the latest and most popular briefings, case studies, business advice, tutorials and web seminars. The resource includes content provided by trade associations and journals, think tanks, manufacturers, service providers and leading technology firms, with content categorised according to areas of specialisation to facilitate search and exploration.

Categories covered within the library include audio in broadcast; workflow; pro audio; playout; and production and post-production. NewBay Connect also features a company directory area, and members can choose to receive real-time alerts on the favorite manufacturers and service providers.

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