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Plantronics on the Changing Workplace

Publish Date:

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

News Organization:

Telecom Reseller

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Plantronics was founded in 1961 when two airline pilots set out to invent an alternative to the conventional headsets of commercial aviation. The product Courtney Graham and Keith Larkin created in that tiny garage in Santa Cruz, California was more than just the world's first lightweight headset. It was the birth of a company called Plantronics, and the first of a half-century of breakthroughs in communications.

Plantronics made history when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon and uttered those legendary words - "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" - through a Plantronics headset.

The workplace is changing and mobility is on the rise. As UC is rolled out in many organizations the traditional workspace and habits are also changing.

In this two-part podcast Doug Green, Publisher of Telecom Reseller, speaks with Jennifer Adams, Director of Enterprise Solutions Marketing for Plantronics, on the changing and more mobile workplace.

Part one, sets the stage and delves into sound quality and noise quality as well as the evolving contact center.

Part two continues with the changing paradigm in the communication chain that finally meets up with the user as the last mile, or three feet, and their integration with WebRTC, Skype for Business, and Cisco.  Listen to part 2 athttp://telecomreseller.com/2016/01/13/plantronics-on-the-changing-workplace-part-2

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