By simply downloading the Unison Desktop™ client and connecting to our managed demo servers, they can immediately experience some of the benefits offered by fully-unified communications.
New York (PRWEB) March 20, 2008
Unison Technologies (http://www.unison.com) has launched a live demo version of its Linux-based unified communications software, Unison™. The demo, available at http://www.unison.com/demo, allows users to try the advanced features of Unison, such as click-to-call and integrated email and instant messaging, without first installing their own copy of Unison Server™.
Unison combines telephony, email, instant messaging and collaboration into a single unified product, with a Linux server and a Windows® desktop for users. Since launching at CeBIT, the product has been requested and downloaded thousands of times, showing the tremendous demand for fully-unified communications.
"The Unison demo will allow thousands more people to try our product in the coming weeks," said Igor Balk, Unison Technologies CTO. "By simply downloading the Unison Desktop™ client and connecting to our managed demo servers, they can immediately experience some of the benefits offered by fully-unified communications."
Currently in beta until the third quarter of 2008, Unison promises small and medium businesses (SMBs) a far superior alternative to the costly and non-unified telephone and email systems they have used until now. By integrating all communication into a single server and client, Unison raises productivity significantly, while at the same time reducing IT deployment and management costs.
About Unison and Unison Technologies:
Unison Technologies is the developer of Unison™, the world's first fully-unified communications system. Combining telephony, email, instant messaging and collaboration in a single Linux server, Unison allows companies to work more quickly and intelligently. By bringing all communication into a single platform, it makes unified communications attainable for millions of businesses worldwide. A privately held company, Unison Technologies is headquartered in New York, with additional offices in Boston and St Petersburg, Russia.
More information is available at http://www.unison.com.