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Well-known CRM analyst and thought leader, Denis has made contributions to our thinking about cloud computing, CRM, social media, analytics and mobility. He runs the Beagle Research Group, LLC and is the author of "Solve for the Customer", "You Can't Buy Customer Loyalty, But You Can Earn It", and recently, "The Age of Sustainability". He frequently contributes to this and other outlets. Check out BeagleResearch.com, and AgeSustainability.com

3 responses to “Unified Communications — The Next Disruption?”

  1. @MH561

    Nice piece Denis. It’s always good to read a perspective with some historical context. I think the “Unified” in UC is not universally defined. I believe that Project Ansible brings a broader vision to what UC means. And yes, there will be a consequence for how business is transacted in the future. But that has always been the case with disruption.

  2. Rurik Bradbury (@RurikBradbury)

    Interesting piece. I have always thought that “unified communications” was unifying something that most people don’t like. Consumers, and now businesses, are moving away from email and telephony en masse, and we only have a hazy picture of what might replace it.

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