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News : IR Prognosis for UC Eases Migration to Microsoft Office 365 and Skype for Business Online
Sydney, Australia, July 6, 2016 -- IR, a global provider of experience management solutions for unified communications and contact centers, announced new deployment and migration pre-assessment capabilities to its flagship solution, IR Prognosis for UC. With these new capabilities, IT teams can test the internal network, as well as connectivity to the Office 365 cloud, and automatically assess the infrastructure to detect likely issues in performance of voice, video, and desktop sharing and resolve them before migrating to a cloud or hybrid environment.
"UC infrastructure in today’s workplace is complex and full of potential problem areas that are hard to see," said Darc Rasmussen, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, IR. "By using Prognosis for UC to perform a pre-assessment, IT operations can identify what could go wrong ahead of the deployment, so the issues can be prioritized and addressed before they can cause a problem. By getting your network ready you can ensure that users will have a great experience and can reap the rewards and productivity that the cloud can deliver."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
Source: Integrated Research Limited
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IR is a global provider of proactive performance management software for critical IT infrastructure, payments and communications ecosystems. More than 1000 organisations in over 60 - including some of the world's largest banks, airlines and telecommunication companies rely on IR Prognosis to provide business critical insights and ensure continuity - critical systems deliver high availability and performance for millions of their customers across the globe.
Published: Thursday, July 7, 2016