Unified communications is a phrase used to describe any communications system, usually a business system, that encompasses a broad range of technologies and applications that have been designed, sold and supported as a single communications platform or as one entity. Unified communications system generally enable companies to use integrated data, video, and voice in one supported product.
Access a Variety of Communication Applications
Unified communications systems typically include the means to integrate real-time or near-real time unified messaging, collaboration and interactive systems. For example, a single user can access a variety of communication applications such as e-mail, SMS, video, fax, voice, and others through a single user mailbox. Additionally, unified communications has expanded to incorporate collaboration and other interactive systems such as scheduling, workflow, instant messaging and voice response systems.
Unified communications also provide the integration through multiple devices. For example, many service features, options, and user accounts are as readily available to you from your PDA, laptop or other wireless device, as if you were using your desktop PC.
- unicast address
Address specifying a single network device. Packets sent to a unicast address are delivered to the node containing the interface identified by the address.
- unified storage
A single, integrated storage infrastructure that functions as unification engines to simultaneously support Fibre Channel, IP Storage Area Networks (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) data formats. Also called network unified storage (NUS).
- unified driver
A single driver that supports a range of products from one hardware company and also supports multiple operating systems, as opposed to individual drivers for each product for each supported operating system.
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- Unique Visitor
When tracking the amount of traffic on a Web site, it refers to a person who visits a Web site more than once within a specified period of time. Software that tracks and counts Web site traffic can distinguish between visitors who only visit the site once and unique visitors who return to the site. […]