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Is a Unified Communications Certificate Crucial For My Business?

By Emily Collins

Offices that operate on business telephone systems will find that a Unified Communications Certificate is useful. The communication system allows users to make calls via a transfer of VoIP packets and share information over a network with other users, whatever their location, providing they are calling from an internet connection.

The upside of this is that employees can work wherever, whenever they need; the downside is the potential leak of information. With a UCC, administrators over the network can decide how much information is shared between the network users. In addition to this, if several employees are representing your company, you can be safe in the knowledge that all users have an authenticated signature when conversing with customers.

Undoubtedly it is advisable for companies and offices which use unified communications networks to attain a UCC. As a network which unifies instant messaging, calls, emails, and video conferencing to name a few, unified communications faces more security threats than any singular communication network. With a UCC, it can give you the authentication customers need to ensure your identity, give your company a more professional, unified image, and guard information discussed through your network against those that might try to infiltrate and steal it.

After deciding whether or not you should get a UCC, the next step is deciding which UCC is right for your company. There are a number of different companies out there that provide different options for Unified Communications Certificates, from singular domain names, to multiple and even sub-domains.

The first factor to consider is whether you require one name or several names for your business or office. If your company is an international brand or possesses a name similar to another popular brand, it may be worthwhile purchasing several domain names with the differing and .com names to ensure the maximum numbers of users are redirected to your site. If you only have a single, easily memorable name, then perhaps a single domain name purchase is enough for your needs.

Emily Collins writes on behalf of Britannic Technologies. To learn more about unified communications click here

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Collins, Emily "Is a Unified Communications Certificate Crucial For My Business?." Is a Unified Communications Certificate Crucial For My Business?. 29 Oct. 2012. 29 Jul 2014 <>.

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Collins, E (2012, October 29). Is a Unified Communications Certificate Crucial For My Business?. Retrieved July 29, 2014, from

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