UCaaS: When good isn’t good enough

Work from anywhere with a network that performs everywhere

Ever have a meeting where choppy audio and video distracts, frustrates — or worse — embarrasses you? Many people assume that their network can support cloud communications, when in fact, good isn’t good enough. As the Coronavirus has more companies transitioning to virtual work models with more video conferencing, the network is more important than ever. Let Masergy help you eliminate the frustration and improve productivity.



Pairing SD-WAN and UCaaS to maximize performance, productivity, and savings

93%

of IT leaders prefer network + UCaaS bundled

When existing networks aren’t capable of supporting cloud communications, IT leaders are turning to software-defined networks (SD-WAN) to ensure security, global application performance, and service consistency. Analysts from Nemertes Research offer this guidance for enterprises seeking to pair UCaaS with SD-WAN.

  • Learn why research shows a direct correlation between SD-WAN and UCaaS success
  • Explore how SD-WAN supports cloud communications and which solution type is best
  • Discover the benefits of an integrated approach and how to choose coupled solutions

Read the White Paper

“With UCaaS, IT decision makers are more worried about secure application performance across the network and across the cloud. Masergy’s UCaaS solution handles the network service and security for you.”

Rudy Tibuni
Director of Product Management, Cloud Communications, Masergy

Masergy Unified Communications

With Cisco Webex technologies embedded into Masergy’s software-defined network, enterprises get an all-in-one collaboration solution that delivers reliable connectivity for global communications. The service delivers industry-leading application performance. Plus, it’s managed with built-in security services. Gain the confidence you need to support always-on business with Masergy UCaaS.

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