Avaya released an update to the Avaya one-X Mobile client, for links people with handheld devices and smartphones to Avaya’s unified communications platform. Key enhancements are:
“– Support for new devices including: Android-based devices such the Samsung Galaxy II; Apple MAC OS, Apple iPhone 3GS and 4G, and RIM/Blackberry touchscreen devices in addition to Symbian and Windows-based operating systems
– A new SIP client for Apple iOS on iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone enabling UC and voice over wifi or cellular networks
– Presence status of team members available across Avaya endpoints and soft clients – including Microsoft OCS – and mobile devices
– Unified call logs, contact lists and voice messages across all endpoints and soft clients
– Consolidation of mobile UC client applications, management and administration onto a single, virtualised server reduces IT support requirements and operating costs for low total cost of ownership. “
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1. That’s an impressive range of supported mobile devices, although it looks like they are ordered for the “cool” factor. Note that Windows is last.
2. Staying in touch – intelligently – when out and about is critically important. What Avaya has delivered sounds great, but of course, the proof is in the actual user experience.