Enterprise unified communications and collaboration Solutions

Unified communications is a business and marketing concept describing the integration of enterprise communication services such as instant messaging, presence information, voice, mobility features Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Unified CM) provides reliable, secure, scalable, and manageable call control and session management.

features and Capabilities 

Unified communications

Consolidate your communications infrastructure and enable your people and teams to communicate simply with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager. The solution features IP telephony, high-definition video, unified messaging, Instant Message and Presence.

Cisco Unified Manager enhances mobility

Transform your workspaces. Attract and retain the best talent wherever they are and enable them to be productive by giving them CUCM, the tools to succeed. The solution has extensive features to support mobile and remote workers.

Cisco Unified Manager is local and global

Regional, family run business or global mega-brand? Choose a solution that scales as your organization’s needs change. Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports the needs of small and midsize businesses through to the largest enterprises with up to 80,000 users.

Open and interoperable

Cisco Unified (CM) supports industry standards, a wide range of gateways, and a broad ecosystem of third-party integrations and solutions plus partners. This results in a rich collaboration with anyone, anywhere and embedded collaboration in your line-of-business applications.

Secure and compliant

 Unified Communications Manager supports the latest authentication, encryption, and communication protocols. It complies with key industry certifications, and secures data and communications for customers in financial services, manufacturing, retail, and government across the globe.

Call Processing

Call processing refers to the complete process of originating, routing, and terminating calls, including any billing and statistical collection processes

Directory Service

 CUCM uses its own database to store user information. User authentication is performed locally or against an external directory. Directory synchronization allows for centralized user management. Directory synchronization allows CUCM to leverage users already configured in a corporate-wide directory. Microsoft Active Directory (2000 and 2003), Netscape 4.x, iPlanet 5.1, and Sun ONE 5.2 directory integrations are supported. The local CUCM database is a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)-compliant database (LDAPv3) component in the IBM Informix Database Server (IDS).

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