ISI Telemanagement Solutions, Inc. has been Awarded the 2014 Microsoft Lync Pioneer Award


Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) November 26, 2014

ISI Telemanagement Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of communication management solutions, has been award the 2014 Lync Pioneer Award by Internet Telephony Magazine.

This award comes as a great honor to ISI, who continues to expand its capabilities within the Lync ecosystem. Specifically, ISI offers an integrated collaboration reporting and recording solution for all modes of Lync communication, including voice, video, Lync IM, and conferencing.

By integrating collaboration reporting and recording, Microsoft Lync can be transformed into a collaborative powerhouse capable of offering unmatched potential for enhanced organization, productivity, and training, while satisfying many compliance mandates.

The award acknowledges ISIs continued effort to provide a comprehensive usage management solution. ISIs collaboration reporting and recording solution improves productivity, satisfies most stringent compliance mandates, and enhances Microsoft Lync Response Groups to form an informal contact center.

ISI is a Microsoft ecosystem partner, with a suite of solutions designed to enhance the entire Lync experience. On top of this, ISI offers solutions that are Lync 2010 and 2013 certified. By working with Microsoft, ISI offers collaboration solutions designed to operate specifically in the Lync environment.

Microsoft Lync is a powerful communication platform and we are proud to continually improve upon our collaboration management solutions to further enhance it, says Mitch Weiss, Director of Unified Communication Products with ISI Telemanagement Solutions, Inc. The award recognizes that by incorporating ISIs flexible and scalable collaboration reporting and recording solution with a Lync environment, organizations can take Lync’s business communication efforts to the next level.

To learn more about ISIs communication management solutions for the Lync environment, visit http://www.isi-info.com.

ISI’s Solutions portfolio brings together time-proven technologies for the management of unified communications through wireless and landline Call Accounting & Reporting, Telecom Audit & Optimization, Collaboration Recording (Voice, Video, Instant Message, Screen Capture), Invoice & Inventory Management, Wireless Management, Workforce Management, and Speech Analytics. ISI’s facilities, processes, and data security comply with ISO 9001:2008, SSAE 16, HIPAA, Safe Harbor and other important standards.







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SPIE Counts Advances in Sustainable Photonics on List of Solutions to Celebrate on Earth Day


Bellingham, WA, US and Cardiff, UK (PRWEB) April 19, 2013

Events around the world will celebrate Earth Day on Monday 22 April, drawing attention to global challenges such as adapting to climate change, generating renewable energy, and attaining sustainability in everything from local food sources to investment choices. Photonics technologies, powerful drivers behind advances in every facet of life, are demonstrating their green nature as well, noted event organizers at SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.

Sustainable photonics are at work in the form of photovoltaics for generating energy from sunlight, solid-state lighting (SSL) for cheaper, more efficient, longer lasting light sources, sensors to detect ocean temperatures and monitor the effect on fish populations, and numerous other applications.

An annual conference on sustainable photonics held at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco highlights papers in which research in the field enables development of new technology that can improve standards of living and save money and resources. To emphasize the importance of this research, this year SPIE recognized four papers with Green Photonics Awards.

Photonics innovations enable improved sustainable products and services worldwide. The winners of this years Green Photonics Awards are exemplary in this regard, said Stephen Eglash, Executive Director of the Energy and Environment Affiliates Program at Stanford University, and founder and chair of the green photonics symposium. Each of the winning papers provides new information to help solve existing problems using photonics.

Published award papers are available for free download in the SPIE Digital Library through 31 July.

Next-generation lighting

SSL utilizing light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is the new industry standard for energy efficiency, and the rapid development of LEDs has flooded the lighting market, Eglash said. LEDs are efficient and long-lived sources for general lighting, but commercially available products exhibit variable quality.

Carsten Dam-Hansen and Technical Univ. of Denmark colleagues Anders Thorseth, Dennis Corell, and Peter Poulsen tested a large number of LED lamps to evaluate quality and lifetime, as reported in their paper “Light quality and efficiency of consumer grade solid state lighting products.”

It is the project groups hope that we internationally can work together on test and characterization so the data can be shared all over the world to benefit the individual nation importing or producing the products, Thorseth said.

Cheaper solar power

High-efficiency solar cells are needed to decrease the cost of solar energy, Eglash said. Solar cells that use thin absorber layers cost less and require less of the Earths materials. But inefficiencies of conventional light trapping techniques limit the ability to reduce the thickness of thin-film solar cells.

In one of two papers recognized in this area, “The photovoltaic potential of femtosecond-laser textured amorphous silicon, authors Meng-Ju Sher, Benjamin Franta, Kenneth Hammond, Lysander Christakis, and Eric Mazur of Harvard University told how they used femtosecond laser texturing to reduce reflection and enhance light absorption, enabling high efficiency from thin absorbers.

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