Author: Richard Rogers

About Richard Rogers

Richard is responsible for end-user segment and product marketing of Plantronics’s Business Solution across the EMEA region

How to Select the Right Audio Device for a Unified Communication Deployment

We had a recent blog post from Thomas Pind, CEO of Futurecom Business Solutions, where he outlined 7 common reasons that UC adoption fails. I would like to add an 8th reason – relating only to the audio device: One type of audio device does not fit all! The majority of UC revolves around the … Continue reading How to Select the Right Audio Device for a Unified Communication Deployment »

How Wireless Headsets Improve Collaboration in the Office

In the short video below my colleague Ian Gould explains and then shows an example of  how wireless headsets can help improve collaboration in organizations. To learn more about wireless headset technologies, visit the Plantronics UC Toolkit, go to the “Plan” section where you will find a helpful whitepaper giving an overview of wireless technologies … Continue reading How Wireless Headsets Improve Collaboration in the Office »

7 Reasons Why Adoption of Unified Communications Fails

This is a guest post written by Thomas V. Pind who is CEO of Futurecom Business Solutions, a Plantronics Strategic Consulting partner, specialized in helping customers improve communication and collaboration. We see a lot of great successes, where companies save money and get significant value from Unified Communications solutions. It is with good reason. Unified … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Adoption of Unified Communications Fails »

Why Headsets Are Best For PC Based Voice Communications

Using a PC for voice communications has revolutionized the way a lot of companies work today. Take Skype, for example – which started as a consumer offering but has a growing, solid B2B base which is currently around 35% of total users. They have over 560 million registered users worldwide and around 39 million users … Continue reading Why Headsets Are Best For PC Based Voice Communications »