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Introduction to Unified Critical Communications

Everyone is talking about unified critical communications, but how can it help your organization enhance safety and improve efficiency?

Why is everyone talking about Unified Critical Communications?

Communications have never been more important than they are today. Businesses, public safety, utilities, and other enterprises rely on communications being available all the time.

Historically, this simply meant having a reliable Radio Network. People could communicate with voice, and that was enough.

But not anymore.

Today, organizations are exploring and using LTE, WiFi, bluetooth, and many other data paths to connect their people for safer, more efficient workforces. But how can these different bearers work together? Will this make communications simpler or more complicated? How does Unified Communications actually help my organization?

These and many other questions will be answered in Introduction to Unified Critical Communications.

*Today, you can watch the first 10 videos of the course. The other videos are on the way, so register now to receive notification when they get released!

Course syllabus

Lesson 1: What is Unified Critical Communications?

Odds are, you’ve heard the term Unified Critical Communications. In this lesson, you’ll watch four videos that explore how it’s revolutionizing communications and the advantages it brings.

Lesson 2: How to Choose the Right Communication Bearers

Trying to decide which forms of communication are right for your organization? In this lesson, we look at the pros and cons of LMR, WiFi, Satellite, and LTE.

Lesson 3: What is the Future of LTE?

The LTE standards suite continues to evolve and improve the technology. LTE already offers a lot of great benefits to users, but what does the future hold for mission critical organizations?

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Lesson 4: The Benefits of Unified Critical Communications

In this lesson, we explore the generic benefits of Unified Critical Communications and then apply those benefits to specific industries who rely on critical communications.

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