Future-proofing On-premises UC Investments

Finding Re-Usable Value in the Shift to Next-Generation UC Architectures

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Many businesses are migrating from legacy communications environments to cloud-based unified communications services to gain access to advanced features, facilitate budgeting, and other benefits. However, certain businesses are upgrading to next-generation premises-based solutions to benefit from advanced functionality while retaining greater control over security, compliance and other critical factors. In both scenarios, businesses are likely to encounter various challenges as they attempt to reduce costs, risks and potential for workflow disruption. This research service discusses the various strategies that end-user organizations can employ to protect and preserve existing investments in communications technology.

Table of Contents

1. Digital Transformation Compels Businesses to Upgrade Communications Capabilities
2. Investment Protection Perceptions Need Revision
3. Declining Prices Encourage Migration and Upgrades
4. Migrating with Incumbents versus New Providers
5. Recommendations to Customers
6. Legal Disclaimer
7. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Future-proofing On-Premises-based UC Investments: UC Component Price Trends, Global, 2015–2016
2. Future-proofing On-Premises-based UC Investments: Pros and Cons of Re-purposing UC Components, Global, 2017
3. Future-proofing On-Premises-based UC Investments: Migration Challenges and Strategies by Company Size, Global, 2017





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