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New Communications and Collaboration Rollout? Need to know if your infrastructure and networks are up to the task?

We are pleased to announce that Enabling Technologies has partnered with IR (www.ir.com, a MS Gold Communications Partner) to deliver state of the art Skype for Business environment monitoring and enable single pane of glass troubleshooting via IR Prognosis. IR has been an industry leader in critical IT system monitoring and management since 1988, and recognized that the collaboration landscape required better analytical, automation, and monitoring capabilities.

This partnership allows Enabling to provide comprehensive end to end monitoring of your UC environment, delivering advanced analytic capabilities and uncovering detailed insights into your collaboration platforms. With IR Prognosis, your system administrators have tools at their fingertips to assess utilization and adoption rates, test deployment readiness across your infrastructure, and enable proactive management of system resources and performance.

With IR Prognosis, Enabling Technologies can deliver:

  • Agentless monitoring
  • Call quality details, including voice, conferencing, and video
  • Consumption and adoption metrics for instant messaging and filesharing
  • End to end visibility across the entire collaboration network topology
  • On premise, cloud, or hybrid solutions based on your organization’s needs and goals

At Enabling, we understand that providing quality voice, messaging, and collaboration tools are critical to your business; and identifying, recognizing, and resolving technical or usability issues are key concerns in delivering a seamless end user experience. If you’re planning a unified communications deployment, juggling multiple platforms, or just looking for details and enhanced troubleshooting capabilities within your existing infrastructure, contact Enabling today to see how IR Prognosis can work for you!

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